Columns

Rob Tornoe | 12/18/2014
Newsrooms can no longer dismiss Twitter
Tim Gallagher | 12/16/2014
Former San Jose Mercury News editor Jerry Ceppos reflects on “Dark Alliance” and the importance of accurate reporting
Nu Yang | 12/12/2014
Isn't that the best way to honor those editors who have molded and shaped us?  To carry their encouraging, and sometimes tough, words into the stories we put out?
Alan D. Mutter | 12/11/2014

Publishers must focus more on finding younger readers

Rich Kane | 12/10/2014
Should Newspapers Apologize for Their Sins of the Distant Past?
Rich Kane | 11/21/2014
In the face of rising costs, and a print journalism field where the future is uneasy, is the price of an advanced journalism degree worth the investment?
Rob Tornoe | 11/20/2014
Newspaper homepages still drive traffic to stories
Tim Gallagher | 11/19/2014
Journalism schools prepare students for the changing industry landscape
Alan D. Mutter | 11/12/2014
How newspapers can stand out among digital natives
Robert Quigley | 11/7/2014
An informed society needs criticism and open discussion about controversial topics, even those that are uncomfortable or repugnant.
Nu Yang | 10/31/2014
We reviewed more than 50 nominations from newspapers from around the country, and even Canada, looking for our 2014 Publisher of the Year.
Rob Tornoe | 10/21/2014
News organizations test commenting systems to find loyal readers, eliminate spam
Nu Yang | 10/17/2014
It’s because stories are personal and do hit too close to home that journalists choose to take risks to bring them to the public.