I worked at Denver Newspaper AgencyPros
Ability to move up in the company if you work hard and deliver results. Have a high level of autonomy.Cons
General industry issues. Majority of the staff unionized and appeared to have a sense of entitlement. Training was minimal at best.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Need to focus on digital assets and eliminate the union. Focus on strict performance management, training and development of employees.No opinion of CEO
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The Denver Newspaper Agency (DNA) publishes The Denver Post, the city's main newspaper owned by MediaNews Group. It also publishes news online through DenverPost.com. DNA is a joint venture created in 2001 by MediaNews and E. W. Scripps to publish the Post and its rival the Rocky Mountain News, which was closed in 2009. The competing business operations were handled under a 50-year joint operating agreement; the newspapers published separate dailies during the week and a combined edition on the weekends. DNA also provides printing and packaging services for another Scripps...