|Owner(s)||Digital First Media|
|Publisher||Albert J. Manzi|
|Editor||Kevin Kaufman (RIP 2019)|
|Headquarters||2500 55th St., Suite 210|
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Frederick P. Johnson and Bert Bell founded the weekly Boulder Camera in 1890, and it became a daily in 1891. Ownership has changed over the years. The paper has been owned by Ridder (1969–1974), Knight Ridder (1974–1997), Scripps (1997–2009) and MediaNews Group (2009–2013). In 2013 MediaNews Group and Digital First Media merged under the Digital First Media name.
The official name of this newspaper at various times has been the Boulder Camera, the Boulder Daily Camera, the Daily Camera, the Camera, and most recently the Daily Camera once again. All of these are still in common usage as nicknames for the paper.
- 2007 Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Award for General Excellence, Class II
- 2006 Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Award for General Excellence, Class II
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- "Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Awards: 2006 Winners and Finalists". University of Missouri. Retrieved 25 December 2018.
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