Thursday, March 31, 2011

Fort Collins | Report of an 'all hands' meeting

Anonymous@11:57 a.m. ET just wrote: "All hands meeting in Fort Collins going on. 9:15AM meeting announced at 9:00AM."

As I post this, it's now 10:01 a.m. local time at the home of the Fort Collins Coloradoan.

Robert Moore is still the paper's interim publisher, according to the staff directory -- a position he took after the never-explained departure of Kim Wilson in December.

[Updated at 12:53 p.m. ET.]

In a statement, Corporate just disclosed the following:

Gannett announced today that Judi Terzotis has been named president and publisher of the Fort Collins Coloradoan.

She formerly was associate publisher of Freedom Communications' The Gazette in Colorado Springs, Colo. She held that position since 2009.

Prior to joining The Gazette, Terzotis was advertising director at Gannett's Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Miss., from 2007-2009; president and publisher of The Daily News Journal in Murfreesboro, Tenn., from 2004-2007; vice president of specialty publications at The Tennessean in Nashville, from 2006-2007; and general manager of Middle Tennessee Community Newspapers in Nashville from 1998-2004.


  1. There's been speculation for several months now that the newspaper might be for sale.

  2. I think they are shutting it down. Corporate has driven it into the dirt and the Fort Collins Senior Voice now has twice the circulation.

  3. It might be for sale but who would buy something that is so run down

  4. Not only is the product run down but so are the employee's.

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