The Colorado Springs Independent will start publishing on Wednesdays starting April 11, 2012.
Colorado Springs Independent, Monterey County Weekly and Willamette Week raised a combined $2.95 million for local non-profits.
With custom tablet publishing now the talk of the digital journalism world, we catch up with three AAN members -- NOW Magazine, Gambit and Colorado Springs Independent -- that have already unveiled apps for iPad and other e-readers to find out what they've learned.
Five alt-weeklies were among the recent winners of The Society of Professional Journalists 2011 Top of the Rockies Excellence in Journalism Awards, covering Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Wyoming.
The Independent linked a dedicated QR code for each section in its "Primer" listings for its 2011 Annual Manual. The listings feature the top picks in the nightlife, food and drink, shopping, services, daylife and personalities categories of the paper's 2010 readers' poll.
Colorado Springs Independent, Monterey County Weekly, and Willamette Week have raised over $2 million for non-profit organizations in their communities through their respective "Give" campaigns.