Newspapers are looking at their future with a more realistic set of expectations and goals
The reviews are in and most feel his crowd-funded flick is a dud
Let the paywall debate rage on, as more and more newspapers start charging for content
The New York Times will subsume the Tribune into its own paper, reformatting it as a global edition of the Times
The newspaper magnate may want to buy the New York Times-owned paper
The New York Times Co. plans to sell its flagship New England paper
Glen Johnson will serve as a senior adviser to newly-named Secretary of State John Kerry
Wesley Morris will write full time for Grantland
Editor Marty Baron stepped down earlier this month to become editor of the Washington Post
Pete Wells' scathing review receives backlash from a number of notable tweets and publications.
Marcus Brauchli is stepping down as Washington Post executive editor and will be replaced by Martin Baron, the longtime Boston Globe editor, the paper announced...
The Boston Globe, New England's largest daily newspaper, has created a special edition for the iPad and iPod
The late New York Times foreign correspondent attended UW, where scholarships and awards will be established in his name
Advertising revenues continue to fall at the New York Times, but digital subscribers continue to buy into the paywall
The company should net almost $150 million from selling 16 local papers
Florida's Halifax Media Group is already listing the papers among its holdings
Lower costs and increases in subscriptions buoyed the company
The Mexican telecommunications magnate has increased his stake in the company to 8.1 percent
Hearst's largest magazine by circulation introduces an e-commerce element that other Hearst publications may adopt
New England's largest newspaper launched a new website today, which will be for paying subscribers only starting in October
Based on blogging by Arthur Delaney, it focuses on those affected by the economic crisis
Aaron Kushner wants to buy New England Media Group from the New York Times Company
Company in talks with a "variety of prospective buyers," CEO Janet Robinson says
Paper to run two websites -- Boston.com and BostonGlobe.com -- in "two-brand" attack
Would have been a dismal exit from Boston for the Times.
And would the Times Co. sell it for less? We may soon find out, as bids begin to trickle in for the Boston Globe, which...
In the story of the brinksmanship going on between the New York Times management and the Boston Newspaper Guild — the largest union at the...