“Want to understand ISIS or the Tea Party or Occupy or Charleston or Dylan? Look no further than Gawker,” William Arkin tells staff
Poynter Institute’s Kelly McBride tells TheWrap, “Gawker really wants to be that reckless, we-don’t-give-a-s— organization that it was five years ago, but it hasn’t been...
“I dont say this lightly: This is repugnant, shameful journalism,” New York Times political reporter Michael Barbaro writes
“Here was a newsworthy story. We dug deeper. We exposed the truth. And we are not embarrassed,” Denton tells CNN’s Brian Stelter
“We see an opportunity to help establish standards and practices in Internet journalism,” the editorial staff wrote in a public letter to management
“We don’t keep $100 million in the bank,” Denton says
“Like all professional journalists and storytellers, these writers deserve a voice on the job,” executive director Lowell Peterson says
Executive editor for investigations files legal complaint in Manhattan Supreme Court claiming he was not involved in the dissemination of the wrestler’s sex tape
When the cable news net launched, founder Ted Turner vowed to “cover the end of the world, live”; come armageddon, this is CNN
“I am announcing the formation of a managing partnership of seven people which will make key decisions together,” Denton tells staff in a 4,000 word...
First Look Media Exodus: John Cook Bolts ‘The Intercept’ for Gawker Return on Heels of Matt Taibbi Exit
Cook served as editor-in-chief of “The Intercept” for 7 months; returning to Gawker to oversee investigations
After “image trolling,” Gawker announces it is disabling all image uploads on comments
“None of us are paid enough to deal with this on a daily basis” writes staff of Jezebel
A.J. Daulerio took over a year ago after jumping over from sister site Deadspin