We want to hear from you.

We aim to dig beneath the surface of issues of public importance across our incredible city. We want to deliver you news and information from diverse perspectives to help you better navigate your lives, connect and build community. 

We won’t be able to do this work without your feedback and support. 

Do you have feedback on what we’re building, or a question for our team? 

Email publisher Stacy Feldman at stacy@boulderreportinglab.org and/or reporter John Herrick at john@boulderreportinglab.org.

Have a story tip for us?

Have you seen or heard something that you think other Boulder locals need to know about?

Is there a perspective or story you think is missing from our local media?

Do you know of a valuable Boulder information resource of which our whole community should be aware?

Email us at stacy@boulderreportinglab.org and/or john@boulderreportinglab.org with as many details as possible. We will honor requests to remain anonymous or protect your identity.

Want to join our team?

We are building a permanent home for high-quality, local-first journalism in Boulder, Colorado. We are committed to producing original reporting on local issues that other newsrooms can’t or won’t cover.

We are immediately hiring for the following full-time positions:

We will likely soon be hiring for the following positions. If you’re interested in these roles, please email us to get on our radar begin a conversation.

  • Development Director
  • Part-time Reporter

Interested in joining our team now, or one day? Email us at stacy@boulderreportinglab.org

A note about hiring

Crucial to our mission, vision and values is to reflect — in our newsroom and our coverage — the full diversity of our community. We highly encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to reach out/apply, including Black, Indigenous and other people of color, LGBTQIA+ people and people with disabilities.

Not an experienced journalist? Not to worry.

Perhaps you have subject matter expertise in issues crucial to Boulder’s future. Or, you have a background in data analysis, technology, community organizing, digital marketing, design or any number of topics that have equipped you with startup skills. Or, the local media isn’t working for you and you want to be part of building a solution.

Critically, we’re looking for individuals who are eager to be part of this experiment — to help us build a sustainable local news business that will serve and enrich our community and be a model for modern local nonprofit journalism for years to come.

Want to freelance for us?

Are you a freelancer reporter who wants to write a story for us? 

Please send a detailed story pitch to stacy@boulderreportinglab.org. We’re particularly interested in Boulder-local stories that truly impact our community under the broad categories of climate change impacts, resiliency and solutions; COVID-19 and public health; our changing local economy; CU Boulder as well as other issues we’ve identified as priority coverage areas. All stories will be subject to editing and fact-checking.

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