Slate, the online magazine, disclosed who its staff members plan to vote for -- and it's overwhelmingly one-sided
John Alderman will step down as publisher to become COO of social marketing company SocialCode
Cindy Jeffers, a former Huffington Post executive, plans to finally launch apps for the 17-year-old online news site
The death of the conservative blogger and pundit elicits rare praise for him from the left
The Washington Post Company reported its fourth quarter earnings, capping off a rough year for Don Graham & Co.
Declining enrollment at Kaplan education and poor ad sales at its publishing division lead to $6.2 million in net losses
The Washington Post cuts back while its parent company is hemorrhaging cash, but can you really get off faster than its website loads?
The Poynter institute is holding a live chat at 12:30 ET for Shafer to answer people's questions
Revenue for the education and newspaper publishing divisions declines
You probably didn't realize that blacks, Jews and gays are pushing America into a state of fealty toward the crown, but one brave journalist has...
Year-old indie will distribute 26 movies this year
Studio's board says the billionaire's rebel slate will endanger the company
Male-targeted MTV channel announces six new comedies and a drama
A 140-character war of words erupts over Jarvis comments about NYT magazine
The search is on for a new media columnist; here's a shortlist of candidates
Site "not pointed toward profitability on a fast enough timetable"; Forbes acquisition to close, too
Columnist, who was sacked by the company over leaked e-mails, gets a new job at Post-run site
The former governor has been working to land a media job ever since the scandal that brought him down
Facing even more allegations of lifting work, site's investigative reporter quits
A large proportion of literary novelists could complain that their work has not been translated in a satisfying way to the screen. But with...