Yet another serious escalation of the Obama administration's attacks on press freedoms emerges.
Media General sold off its newspapers a year ago this month and now the refocused company, feeling lighter and more opportunistic, is putting its energy into offering digital services to SMBs; and its newspaper past gives the company an edge.
Starting May 29, CIR, California Watch and The Bay Citizen are becoming one: The Center for Investigative Reporting.
Attendees of yesterday's Google I/O keynote were rewarded with a brand new, $1,300 laptop—including reporters whose job it is to impartially cover Google.
Marca, the most-read sports newspaper in Spain and one of the most prestigious in the Spanish language, has hit the newsstands of Colombia, taking its first steps in the American continent.
Ad featured Josh Holmes, chief of staff to Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)
The website of British newspaper the Financial Times was hacked on Friday
A nonprofit organization has launched a fundraising campaign on Indiegogo to make a bid for the publishing company,
The Associated Press held its story about a foiled underwear bombing for five days, Carol D. Leonnig and Julie Tate report in The Washington Post.
The Obama Justice Department's collection of vast phone records from the Associated Press, hot news in the past two days, has news people in a tizzy if not a fury.
Koch Industries has been cited among several potential buyers -- a group that includes News Corp., Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Wrapports LLC and Freedom Communications Inc., people familiar with the negotiations said in March.
As part of an ongoing relationship, the Alliance for Audited Media is partnering with Econsultancy for Integrated Marketing Week in New York City.
The Obama administration sought on Wednesday to revive legislation that would provide greater protections to reporters from penalties for refusing to identify confidential sources.