Propose a Collaboration
We know there are stories out there newsrooms don’t have the resources to cover alone, as well as stories in increasingly wide swaths of Colorado that have become news deserts — meaning communities have no local news source. Veteran award-winning Colorado journalists Susan Greene, Tina Griego and John Ferrugia are helping Colorado newsrooms produce in-depth narrative, explanatory and investigative reporting to ensure important stories are reported with the depth they deserve, offering hands-on training in the process.
First, what kind of story are we talking about?
A million stories are waiting to be told, so we'll need to prioritize. Some criteria we'll be considering:
Does your story idea check any of these boxes? Let us know what you have in mind.
Contact Us Directly
Send us a message. Let us know you’d like to talk.
Weekly Office Hours
1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Tuesdays
Schedule a time to talk through your questions and ideas with one of the talented and experienced journalists of COLab’s News Team. Susan, Tina and John will be rotating each week. The conversations are confidential
past collaborative projects
Examining socio-economic and health equity among Black and Latino Coloradans over the last decade
On Edge: Mental Health in Colorado
Our investigation into Colorado’s safety net system. And our profiles of Coloradans facing challenges in a time of crisis.
Three Bullets to the Back
The Striking Silence Around a Police Killing in Small-town Colorado
The “Lab” in COLab: Coaching and Collaboration
Dear reader, Jessica Gibbs is a reporter for Colorado Community Media, the largest family-owned newspaper chain in the state. She’s been a reporter for five years,
COVID Diaries Colorado: A Day in the Pandemic
On April 16, scores of reporters from across Colorado set out to find how people were coping.
Dear reader, We at COLab think a lot — one could say “obsessively” — about readers, listeners and viewers of local news. We think about
Triggered: How One of Colorado’s Smallest Protests Became Its Most Violent
ALAMOSA — The protesters, about a dozen in all, gathered on June 4 in the intersection of State Avenue and Main Street. Like protesters across the