In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to provide an update on the Denver Press Club’s plans regarding the Damon Runyon Award banquet honoring Judy Woodruff, currently set for
Sports journalist Irv Moss remembered at Denver Press Club as friend to many, chronicler of Colorado sports
Friends, family, readers and former co-workers gathered at the Denver Press Club to remember longtime Denver Post reporter and Press Club Hall of Fame member Irv Moss.
The city of Denver has seen an explosion of startup local news outlets over the last few years despite the headwinds facing the business model of local journalism.
Longtime Denver Post journalist and Press Club Hall of Fame inductee Irv Moss has died at the age 85.
The Denver Press Club on Wednesday honored Mike McClanahan, a longtime member and one of only two people who have attended all 25 of its annual Damon Runyon Awards, with a place on its famed caricature wall.
Celebrated broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff, the anchor and managing editor of the PBS NewsHour, has been named the recipient of the Denver Press Club’s 26th annual Damon Runyon Award.
Emmy-winning directors and producers, particularly ones as decorated as Walter Baas, are still fair game for pledge drives when they work for public television. “Walter was one of the people
Denver Press Club awarded $200,000 historical fund grant from History Colorado for roof replacement, HVAC overhaul
The Denver Press Club has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the History Colorado State Historical Fund to replace its roof and overhaul its entire HVAC system.
The following were remarks delivered by Denver Press Club president Daniel Petty on April 22, 2019, at the Denver Press Club.
What follows is a transcript of remarks by Bob Woodward, who accepted the Denver Press Club’s Damon Runyon Award on March 1, 2019, during a banquet at the Denver Athletic Club. He discusses the Trump White House, the Ford administration, interviewing techniques and more from his years as a Washington reporter.
Pulitzer Prize-winning editor Bob Woodward, best known for teaming with then-Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein to unravel the Watergate break-in and cover-up that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon, has been named the recipient of the Denver Press Club’s 25th annual Damon Runyon Award.
Denver Press Club manager Tom Foutch and longtime member Dick Nosbisch talk about ghosts who may frequent the Denver Press Club and its nearly 100-year-old historic building to KMGH-Channel 7 in Denver for a Halloween story on Oct. 31, 2018.