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About

Reverb

Reverb is an award-winning, Denver-based music publication that brings music news, reviews, interviews and more to millions of readers across the country. Founded in 2007 by then-Denver Post Pop Music Critic Ricardo Baca, Reverb has since expanded into a nationally-focused website with a staff of 50 writers and photographers. Along with reporting on breaking music news, Reverb publishes high-quality concert reviews and photography, downloadable music through Mile Marker and Steal This Track, interviews and features on music’s biggest and upcoming artists, album reviews, video and expert analysis on the music industry. Reverb won the EPPY award for Best Entertainment Blog in 2012 and 2013.

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Reverb Staff:
Matt Miller, Managing Editor — @Official_MattM, mrmiller@denverpost.com

Matt Miller is the managing editor of Reverb and an award-winning culture and entertainment writer. He has written for The Denver Post, Forbes, Metro Silicon Valley and a number of daily newspapers. He oversees the daily editorial production of Reverb.

Ricardo Baca, Founder/Executive Editor — @Bruvs, rbaca@denverpost.com

Ricardo Baca is the founder and executive editor of Reverb and an award-winning critic and journalist at The Denver Post. In his time as executive director, he expanded The UMS into the largest indie music festival in the Rocky Mountain region. He’s loved rock ‘n’ roll (and gangsta rap) since the ’80s; He’s written about music since a mid-’90s swing through his high school journalism program.

John Wenzel, Former Co-Editor/Comedy Writer — @johnwenzel, jwenzel@denverpost.com

John Wenzel is the former co-editor of Reverb and an A&E reporter for The Denver Post who writes Reverb’s semi-regular “Why So Serious?” comedy Q&A. He co-founded Sponic magazine and has contributed to Rolling Stone, Vice, The Guardian and TheSpitTake.com, in addition to having Speck Press/Fulcrum publish his book “Mock Stars. He also helps run the new comedy journalism site ChickenScratchComedy.com.

FAQ:

If I have a story to pitch to Reverb. Who should I contact?

Contact Reverb Managing Editor Matt Miller at mrmiller@denverpost.com about any possible stories or reviews.

I’m interested in advertising on Reverb. Who should I contact?

For advertising questions, please contact Craig Barbic at cbarbic@denverpost.com.

I’m interested in being a Reverb contributor. Who should I contact?

Reverb hires skilled writers and photographers with experience in covering the music industry. If you’d like to join our staff, please send a resume and relevent clips to Matt Miller at mrmiller@denverpost.com.

How many people does Reverb reach a month?

Reverb reaches more than a million readers nationally every month.