Denver Post readership climbs as readers embrace mobile news

Denver Post readership climbs as readers embrace mobile news

Denver : CO : USA | Oct 30, 2012 at 10:51 AM PDT
Source: Denver Post
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The Denver Post reached new readership records during the past six months, reflecting more people getting their news via mobile devices and online. "Over the past six months, we've seen tremendous growth across our digital platforms," Denver Post president and CEO Ed Moss said in a statement. FULL ARTICLE AT Denver Post
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