For a while now, I’ve been sensing a surge of support for the idea of unions, even as the national media, elected officials, and even many workers have conducted a decades-long death watch of the labor movement.
Journalists often describe the Obama administration as one of the least press-friendly of modern times, with a record of stonewalling, investigating and generally snubbing the news media.
Home-improvement chain Menard Inc. has sued the Toledo Free Press accusing the weekly newspaper of failing to inform the company of declining circulation or to adjust its billing for advertising services.
A provincial court in Turkey sentenced a college student to one year in prison on Thursday for the offense of “insulting a public official” by sharing a satirical news story about a regional governor on Twitter.
How do you sell a TEGNA? Gannett C.E.O. Gracia Martore and her investor relations people have been busy priming the sales pump of their new broadcast-digital company for several months.
Nearly 20,000 new jobs sprung up in public relations, a 13 percent increase.
NEW YORK -- The White House Correspondents' Association is seeking more “meaningful and consistent” access to the president, among other demands to increase day-to-day transparency, according to a draft of proposed principles and practices the organization is hammering out.
Dave Anderson never expected the call. In 1981, the New York Times sports columnist learned he was the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for commentary.
Fact-checks of politicians’ statements have become increasingly prominent in media coverage of American politics.
Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Says UK Press Failed to Follow-Up Snowden Because Guardian Did Not Share Files
Former Guardian collaborater Julian Assange has penned an excoriating review of Guardian book, The Snowden Files, for Newsweek.
India's government took Al Jazeera news channel off the air on Wednesday for five days after officials insisted it had repeatedly shown wrong maps of disputed Kashmir.
A little-remembered incident helped establish the notion that news organizations could and should preserve their independence from advertisers.
JAFFA, Israel — Having access to both Jews and Arabs is not easy for most journalists in Israel. Not so for Lucy Aharish, a Muslim Arab who grew up in a Jewish town in southern Israel.