NY Times Redesigns Feature Sections in Print 17 weeks ago
The New York Times has revamped its feature sections in print, starting with the design for Tuesday's "Science Times."
By Alexander C. Kaufman
The Washington Post's William Booth admitted to lifting sentences from an academic journal
The Journal News published names and addresses of gun owners in its coverage area -- now bloggers have done the same to the newspaper's staff
The Wall Street Journal sent an email alert to readers saying Romney took Michigan. Minutes later, it corrected the mistake
Avenue Capital, a New York hedge fund, is reportedly near a deal to buy Variety, the Hollywood trade publication
David Westin, who was president of ABC News for more than a decade, joined NewsRight in April of 2011
Abramson is being touted as someone with digital savvy, though she isn't on Twitter. What she needs is a vision
Former vice-presidential candidate wishes departing anchor luck with that 'multi-dimensional story telling'
Paper responds to band's "newspaper" album by recording own version of 1993 hit
The Rupe himself rolls out highly anticipated "The Daily," the first newspaper built for the iPad, at the Guggenheim in New York
Delaware Judge gives troubled media company until Oct. 15 to submit plans to divide up, pay creditors and exit Chapter. 11
MTV Digital EVP Greg Clayman tapped by Rupert Murdoch to become publisher
Weekday distribution dropped 8.7% from September through March; the figure was 10.6% last year
Tabloid's submission of its stories breaking John Edwards scandal are accepted by board
Newsroom loses six positions, but no reporters are affected.
The newspaper also indicated it may limit or eliminate home-delivery.
"I doubt that bloggers will satisfy the demand for objective reporting."
From paywalls to incentives for writers, there's still some hope left.
Legislation is aimed at saving the industry
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation