A Romenesko reader writes:
Check out the front page of today’s Denver Post. What they’ve done there is interesting for such a major metro paper.
Starting today, the front page is actually the local section, what used to be called “Denver & the West” and the national stuff (the stuff we’ve already read online yesterday) is relegated to the second section, where the local news used to be.
There’s a note to readers on the front page (but I couldn’t find it online) that reads in part, (headline:) “The Denver Post puts metro news first in reordered sections” (and then) … “To Our Readers: We’re making some changes to your Denver Post starting today. You’ll notice that we have reordered the sections. Every day except Sunday, the front page and the first part of section a generally will be devoted to our metro report, what we call Denver & the West. This change is an effort to reflect our continued emphasis on local new, including our business report.” Then there’s more, and it’s signed by editor Greg Moore.