“There was a decision made through the company to restructure various departments,” says photography director Brad Smith
TCA 2015: “We tend to not ask the same difficult questions of people in sports.” Gumbel tells roomful of reporters
“Washington is increasingly in a bubble much the same that a lot of people who live in Hollywood are in a bubble,” comedian Lewis Black...
Starting in 2015, the papers will form partnership that includes shared editorial content and events
Risen won’t be compelled to reveal his source, but will be subpoenaed to testify at trial of former CIA official Jeffrey Sterling
The Sony hacking scandal has dominated the media for weeks; TheWrap reports on whether the media is doing its job or making things worse in...
Inside New Republic’s Demolition: Former Editors Blast Owner Chris Hughes as ‘Harvard Housing Lottery’ Winner
“Chris laid out a false choice between a profit-making business and complete philanthropy,” former longtime New Republic editor Paul Berman tells TheWrap
A day after the longtime TV reporter accepts buyout, the newspaper and magazine reporter joins him
“It’s not just like taking a television program and putting it on the web, and it’s not like all VOD where you have to work...
Editorial page editor Fred Hiatt admits several of Zakaria’s columns have attribution issues, will likely attach messages to each
19-year vet David McKinney resigns in open letter to paper’s chairman over being punished for story on gubernatorial candidate
Washington Post reporters remember editor they broke Watergate scandal with on CNN’s “New Day”; Bradlee died Tuesday at age 93
The newspaper adds a 24-page national weekly edition for distribution to partners across the country
Newspapers are looking at their future with a more realistic set of expectations and goals
David Corn's political reporting honored
The disgraced journalist was paid to speak at a Knight Foundation seminar
The Washington Post's William Booth admitted to lifting sentences from an academic journal
BuzzFeed depicted the "media elite" going to shooting ranges — and the journalists named said they were wrongly depicted
The Atlantic apologized: "We screwed up … We are sorry"
Jon Stewart's satiric co-hort John Oliver investigates investigative journalism, the nearly extinct brand of reporting that CNN slashed last year
Steven Coll, the author of "Ghost Wars," called the film "shoddy reporting"
For the first time since 1996, the Baseball Hall of Fame will not induct any living players
Jonathan Landman told colleagues he has accepted a buyout
Reporters Without Borders said Syria and Somalia were the most dangerous places for journalists in 2012
Cape Cod Times reporter Karen Jeffrey admits fabricating sources and making up false names
Ted Turner, who founded CNN in 1980, said the network needs 'less fluff' on the air