Telluride Newspapers publishes The Telluride Daily Planet, The Watch and The Norwood Post reaching 60,000 readers in print and online each week. The Telluride Daily Planet is the independently-owned, award-winning newspaper serving Telluride and the greater region. The history of the Daily Planet dates to 1898 when the newspaper was founded as the Telluride Times.
The Telluride Daily Planet is the independently-owned, award-winning newspaper serving Telluride and the greater region. The history of the Daily Planet dates to 1898 when the newspaper was founded as the Telluride Times.
The Telluride Daily Planet publishes on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday and is distributed throughout Telluride, Mountain Village, Ridgway, Norwood, Rico and other areas of San Miguel and Ouray counties. Reaching more than 50,000 readers each week in print and online, the Telluride Daily Planet is the area's leading source of news and advertising information for local residents, as well as visitors.
The Telluride Daily Planet has grown and thrived in the unique, small-town resort environment of Telluride, Colo, even while newspapers in big cities have been challenged by the changing media landscape. In 2014, the Daily Planet earned a record number of journalism awards from the Colorado Press Association - including Best News Reporting, and Best Layout and Design.
The Norwood Post is the best source of news and information on Wright's Mesa. Published weekly on Wednesday in print and online, the Norwood Post is a publication of Telluride News. Covering news, sports, opinion and business related to Norwood and surrounding communities.
The Watch is a publication of the Telluride Newspapers. The Watch newspaper serves Telluride and Mountain Village, Ouray and Ridgway, Montrose, and points beyond including Rico and Norwood. The Watch is where locals and visitors turn to stay informed about community, sports and entertainment news in the region.
Telluride Newspapers also publishes Shelter Magazine, the Adventure Guide and Telluride Style (published twice per year).
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