Denver Daily News
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|Type||Free daily newspaper|
|Ceased publication||June 6,2011|
|Headquarters||2330 Broadway, Suite 102
Denver, Colorado 80205
The Denver Daily News is a former free daily newspaper in Denver, Colorado. At the time of its closure on June 6, 2011, It distributed 25,500 copies Monday-Friday in stores, coffee shops, restaurants and workplaces. Copies could also be found in the Daily's distinctive blue boxes.
Assuming a pass-along rate of 2.3 readers per copy, the readership of the Daily was 24,150 per day. The Daily's freewheeling style and dedicated readership helped it establish a niche unserved by The Denver Post. The Daily's page count ranged from 32 to 64 pages per day. Major advertisers included auto dealerships, real estate developers, real estate agents, restaurants, grocery stores, apparel retailers and service providers.
The Denver Daily News started May 10, 2001. Its offices were originally at 2950 West 29th Avenue in Denver. Its last offices were located at 2330 Broadway, Denver. The publisher was Kirstie Hannon. The Denver Daily News was owned by Jim Pavelich who is a partner in the Palo Alto Daily Post and Vail Mountaineer.