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November 22, 2006 01:29 AM UTC

Post-Election Media Panel

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  • by: Tyler Chafee

( – promoted by Colorado Pols)

Colorado Media Matters has put together an impressive post-election media panel.

Click below to see the list of panelists.

And yes, both John Marshall and Evan Dreyer are on the panel.

Here’s the text of the invite from CMM.  Be there or be square!

Please join Colorado Media Matters for an Expert View of the 2006 Election Featuring:

Evan Dreyer, Bill Ritter campaign

John Marshall, Bob Beauprez campaign

Gregory Moore, Denver Post, editor

Adam Schrager, 9News, political/government reporter

Elizabeth Skewes, assistant professor, CU school of journalism and mass communication

John Temple, Rocky Mountain News, editor/publisher

Jeff Thomas, The Gazette of Colorado Springs, editor

These Colorado media figures, political personalities, and analysts will discuss how the Colorado media covered the recently concluded state and congressional elections and will take a look ahead at media coverage of the 2007 legislative session. The format will include time for audience Q&A.

When: Tuesday, December 5th, 2006
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.(Light refreshments at 11:30 a.m.; panel discussion to begin at noon)

Where: Denver Athletic Club, 1325 Glenarm Place (303) 534-1211

Please RSVP By Friday, December 1st to Maureen Beach at (303) 815-7690 or mbeach@mediamatters.org

Better RSVP, or else those “light refreshments” might run out before you get there!

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12 thoughts on “Post-Election Media Panel

  1. What a man of integrity does. Not only did John Marshall get plowed by every press outlet in Colorado, but when given a chance to get crusified again, he comes back to take it, and argue his views. Marshall could have easily turned this down, but he jumps back on his horse to make sure that he covers his campaigns back, and his voice is heard. I am hoping that he blows up on the entire panel and outwits them to the ground. God knows, Marshall could have won this election single handidly, if not for liberal media spin at its worse. Its sad when the only respectable character on this panel with him is Evan Dreyer. The rest of the members will be forever regretful of how they spun the issues to get any Dem possible elected… Especially the worst governor elect in the history of the state.

      1. Moore: Do you edit for content, or just typos? Now that you’ve turned Colorado blue, are you going back to Boston—where you belong?

        Temple: You pontificate weekly about how great your paper is, but it seems to be poorly edited. Why is there no adult supervision for your editors? Why do you let them write so many biased, uninformed headlines? Why don’t you have a conservative Mike Litwin? Why don’t you fire Johnson?

        Both editors: Why are your blogs and boards so boring? Why don’t the people who write and moderate them care?

        Both editors: Why don’t you tell us who your reporters will support in 2008 so we can save ourselves a lot of time and trouble nominiating and supporting smart people with intellectual integrity?

        Both editors: Speaking of intellectual integrity, why is there so little of it on your editorial staffs?

        Moore: Your editorial page is one of the weakest in modern newspapers. Not intellect, no research, no creative thinking and no connection with the real world. Why is that?

        Both editors: Do you or your staffs read the media pages in Saturday’s Rocky? If so, why haven’t you learned anything from those columns and improved the professionalism of your staffs?

    1. Is that what you call John Marshall making up poll numbers for hard-working volunteers and the media?

      Because in these parts, we call that lying.

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