The Denver Metro Media Team

While striving for objective news coverage, Denver Metro Media, through its community newspapers The Washington Park Profile and Life on Capitol Hill, has steadfastly supported the efforts of the residents of Denver's neighborhoods to protect and enhance the quality of life in their communities. 

Jill headshotDenver Metro Media is co-owned by Jay and Jill Farschman, Platt Park residents for nearly 20 years. Jill serves as Publisher responsible for client and agency relations, national account sales, community relations and business strategy. She brings extensive experience in digital media, publishing, communications and organizational development.

Jay headshotAs the primary technological guru for Denver Metro Media, Jay Farschman is stewarding the agency's move toward a more vibrant and active online presence.

Haines headshotIn his role as Editor, Haines Eason brings extensive writing and journalistic experience as a former college and weekly newspaper reporter, a contributor to and editor of many highly respected publications and an award-winning poet. Haines oversees all things content and works with the core production team to ensure quality standards are met.

Alecia headshotAlecia Stark serves as Denver Metro Media's office administrator and oversees all things creative in her capacity as lead ad designer. Alecia graduated in 2016 from the University of Colorado Denver with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Music Business.

Newspapers' Histories 

The Profile

The Profile was founded in October 1978 by Deborah Wiig, and by the early 1980s it had become a vital force for community exchange, revitalization and unity in the Washington Park area. In 1983, Paul Kashmann became the new publisher after years of working as an advertising executive, writer and editor for The Profile. Kashmann now serves as City Councilman for Denver District 6.

Under Kashmann’s lead, the paper grew throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s to cover neighborhoods of central, south-central, and near southeast Denver, including Cherry Creek, the University of Denver area, and over 20 other neighborhoods. At the start of 1995, Eileen Abbattista joined The Profile as an office assistant and, over time, grew into the critical roles of Office Manager and Editor.

In February of 2015, Jill Farschman took over as the new Publisher with a mission to expand The Profile’s online presence while fostering meaningful engagement with local residents and businesses. Today, The Profile continues to deliver quality news and editorial content while supporting the efforts of Denver’s residents to protect and enhance the quality of life in our community.