Denver Post

The day net neutrality died, Colorado lawmakers put an extra nail in the coffin

A Republican-led Colorado state Senate panel rejected a net neutrality bill April 24.

As vultures circle, The Denver Post must be saved

[Editorial] Consider this a plea to Alden — owner of Digital First Media, one of the largest newspaper chains in the country — to rethink its business strategy across all its newspaper holdings. Consider this also a signal to our community and civ

Rural Colorado is about to score a major broadband win

Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-CO) is poised to sign a bill to allocate $115 million in the next five years to extend high-speed internet to rural Colorado, a significant step toward achieving his goal to connect the entire state.

Loveland (CO) votes to start developing municipal broadband network

The Loveland (CO) City Council voted on four measures that will allow the city to begin developing a municipal broadband network.

Colorado law hinders cities' efforts to expand broadband networks

[Commentary] Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks not long ago in a meeting with the mayor raised an interesting question: Why didn't Denver offer a free citywide Wi-Fi service? The answer: Because it is illegal.