I-News website updated look

I-News at Rocky Mountain PBS

I-News at Rocky Mountain PBS

I-News’ website has a slightly updated look and feel that better reflects our new home at Rocky Mountain PBS. The site’s design is similar to Rocky Mountain PBS’s and many links in the menu bar on this site now take you to features and programs on that site.

However, all the I-News stories, investigations and projects can still be found on this site either by search or looking under the “Investigations” menu at the top of each page. And, we’ve begun daily updates to the work I-News reporters have done previously, news items from our media partners in Colorado and other topics that catch the eye of I-News managing editor Jim Trotter. These updates are also featured on the Rocky Mountain PBS home page and http://www.rmpbs.org/news/.

Along with the daily I-News updates, you can find the latest from KUVO, Denver’s premier jazz radio station, and also from Colorado State of Mind and I-News media partners.

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About Joe Mahoney

Joe Mahoney is a photojournalist with Rocky Mountain PBS I-News. Mahoney was a staff photographer and then Assistant Director of Multimedia for the Rocky Mountain News from 1999 until the paper closed in 2009. Mahoney was part of photo teams that won the Pulitzer Prizes for Breaking News Photography in 2000 and 2003 covering the Columbine school shootings and wildfires in Colorado. Mahoney won an Emmy in 2010 in the Topical Documentary category for his work as associate producer on “Final Edition.” Before joining the News, Mahoney spent nine years with The Associated Press. He teaches social documentary, photojournalism, editing and multimedia classes at Metro State University in Denver and is pursuing his Masters in Political Science at the University of Colorado.

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