Why Rupert Murdoch's iPad Paper, ‘The Daily,’ Failed 28 weeks ago
The demise of Rupert Murdoch’s “The Daily” says as much about the unforgiving state of digital journalism as it does...
By Sharon Waxman & Alexander C. Kaufman
Debi Chirichella will take over as SVP, CFO while Grant Whitmore will run the U.S. magazine's digital division
Though Apple rarely makes public comments on subjects like this, Eddy Cue's executive profile on the Apple website has already changed
How deep is the friction at Arianna Huffington's site between those with backgrounds in traditional journalism and the New Breed?
Wired posts images of what it thinks may be Apple's latest toy
Columbia J-School study says media companies must do a better job of integrating social media and web video into their sites
Company adds Togetherville to digital portfolio
It's been a wild ride thus far, full of unexpected twists and turns and the most unpredictable changes in media and in Hollywood media in particular. I’m proud to say we are now a company 20 people strong
With new rumors of massive layoffs, here are a few things the News Corp. boss can do to salvage his $580 million investment
Ernst & Young report argues that people will pay for premium content -- just don't try bundling
Entertainment Weekly columnist is the latest hire for the network of Hollywood sites run by Jay Penske's MMC Corporation
Paper to run two websites -- Boston.com and BostonGlobe.com -- in "two-brand" attack
A top insider says the deal will happen -- or collapse -- within a week. Finding a business plan that works is the main obstacle
Scripted web show combines superheroes and dance into "the world's first online dance adventure series"
"Meaningful subscription model" is in online service's future.
Strategy development for MySpace, IGN Entertainment, Fox Audience Network.
While print publishers recognize a growing market, most admit they do not have solid plan.
With newly created title of CEO, the ex-AOL chief will oversee expanded role of digital in all areas of the business.
After only bringing in about 3% of its ad revenue online last year, Condé Nast Publications may finally start to play catch up.
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts