Rocky Mountain News Still In Limbo

Cincinnati-based Scripps announced in early December that they would be selling or shutting down The Rocky Mountain News in Denver. The deadline for finding a buyer has passed with no word on the fate of the paper.

The Denver Newspaper Agency, which prints the paper, set the deadline of Jan. 16 in response to requests from the unions which represent their workers.

Scripps officials could not be reached by the Denver Business Journal or the Denver Newspaper Agency on Friday.

Click here to read more about the initial announcement.

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