A new Pew Research Center's extensive study digs into ideological media habits, most and least trusted outlets
The newspaper adds a 24-page national weekly edition for distribution to partners across the country
The Dallas Morning News will be the first paper to secure the international version starting Sunday
The former New York Times executive editor details secret meeting with the former Secretary of State
Executive editor Dean Baquet eliminates managing editor role, promotes four senior editors
NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" all-star tells TheWrap that the controversy surrounding the "Grey's" and "Scandal" creator is "appalling"
Star of "300: Rise of an Empire" and "Starred Up" next takes the lead in Angelina Jolie's Louis Zamperini biopic
Berke cited strategy disagreements with co-founders John Harris and Jim VandeHei as the reason he is stepping down
This editorial tic would seem like a quaint throwback if it didn't sound so sexist
Brett Weiner explains how his short started with a "hilarious, ridiculous and perfect" legal deposition
The new staff writer's subject matter will include "her current bailiwick of politics, foreign affairs, Hollywood and edible marijuana."
"The CFOs recognize the recession is over and it's showtime," says Ernst & Young's John Nendick
In an editor's note, the newspaper said that writer Carol Vogel "improperly used specific language and details from a Wikipedia article without attribution"
Amid growing opposition to Nouri al-Maliki, Frontline's "Losing Iraq" looks at how he became the Bush administration's choice to lead the country
The fired NYT executive editor said she didn't want to "do more autopsy" on the reasons behind her ousting
I'm "a hard-charging editor and I'm sure people worked for me that didn't like that style," she tells Fox News' Greta Van Susteren
Newspapers continue to struggle to keep up in the information age, shedding $10 in print advertising for every dollar earned online
No explanation for the technical problems is given, but the paper's homepage now appears to be up and running again
Executive Steve Stoute blasts the music recording academy for snubbing culturally relevant artists, even as they invite them to perform
Film is a year-long chronicle of my former colleagues on the media desk of The New York Times and their struggle to produce journalism in...
What is the real problem with the whistleblower website and what are the stakes?
Larry Cohen says her death was likely a road-rage incident -- and that Harold Smith had nothing to do with it
JPMorgan Chase joins major creditors in a multi-million-dollar agreement to settle the two-year bankruptcy
The move may be a precursor to digital acquisitions
Ernst & Young's Howard Bass on why CFOs believe in new technology, despite dwindling bottom lines
David Carr steps aside for writer of the Artsbeat blog
Hollywood mogul offered eyed 19% stake; Google was also in talks.