Here’s some late-Friday-afternoon-in-August news for you: Boston Globe chief executive officer Mike Sheehan says the paper will be offering buyouts to some employees. Sheehan says the buyouts will be “voluntary in nature, the terms of which are generous by any standard.”
Judge Kevin R. Huennekens approved a settlement Thursday on a number of disputes that he said “is in the best interest to expedite the conclusion” of The Free Lance–Star bankruptcy case.
Last week, editors at Buzzfeed audited the work of Benny Johnson, a young staffer who, it would turn out, had plagiarized from a number of web sources in his posts for the site.
Twitter might not be able to effectively monetize its off-platform influence, and its user growth may be slowing.
For the first time in its 39 year history, the National Association of Black Journalists is holding its annual convention in Boston.
BuzzFeed is hiring product and editorial leads to build a new news app for the company, starting a team which will eventually include up to six editorial staffers.
Four events that happened on this date and a trivia question.
Looking at some of the new hires that the Post has made over the last several months, we've noticed that some of them have come from more digital, less traditional-journalism backgrounds.
The Telegraph website’s 20 percent traffic boost in June has been attributed to factors including favouring Facebook over Twitter to push content and writing fewer stories overall, according to Jason Seiken.
Add Trinity Mirror Group to the list of newspapers showing an affinity for digital.
Like the sale of the Washington Post this time last year, the merger of E.W. Scripps and Journal Communications, announced last night, and their reorganization into separate print and broadcast companies came as a jaw-dropping surprise.
L'Unità, founded by Antonio Gramsci 90 years ago, hit newsstands with all but its first three pages left blank in protest.
The Chicago Tribune introduced a new digital experience today, designed to dramatically increase functionality for users on any platform.