Out Front Colorado is the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender newspaper in the Denver metropolitan area. Out Front Colorado was founded by Phil Price with its first issue hitting the stands on April 2, 1976. The paper changed its name from 'Out Front' to 'Out Front Colorado' in 1995. The paper celebrated its 30th Anniversary on April 2, 2006.  
Out Front Colorado is published every other Wednesday and provides news, features, entertainment and a variety of editorial content of specific interest to the GLBT community in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region. The paper has covered in-depth news stories from around the region in the past such as the arrival of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the Colorado Amendment 2 controversy, and the murder of Matthew Shepard. It has a main circulation of 20,000 copies distributed for free at more than 300 locations in the Denver metropolitan area. Out Front Colorado has a main readership of 50,000 readers.
The paper also publishes several Special Edition issues each year with themes and coverage of community events such as AIDS Walk Colorado, Rocky Mountain Regional Rodeo, Aspen Gay Ski Week, Dining Out For Life, as well as an annual Holiday Gift Guide and New Year's issues. The largest issue based on circulation and page count is the Special Edition issue timed to coincide with PrideFest when that event takes place in Denver each June.