At the Daily News, a memo this morning from editor in chief Colin Myler has shocked and saddened the staff, with the news that the newspaper's well-liked and prolific real-estate editor and reporter, Jason Sheftell, has died.
Fairfax Magazines will resign the licences, owned by IDG, to publish technology titles Computerworld, Reseller News and PC World in New Zealand.
In addition to their well-publicized financial woes, newspapers have a credibility problem, as Americans’ confidence in them continues to decline.
Young people say leak serves public interest.
A former Hollywood stunt double has sued News Corp, accusing the company of hacking into her phone.
In the age of consolidation, the company with the newest printing presses, the most modern mailroom equipment and automated processes is the most likely contender as printer.
A year ago this week, about 200 now-former employees of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, including almost half the newsroom, learned they would lose their jobs and that their newspaper—175 years old, but still lively, potent, and deeply interwoven into the life of a great American city—would be seriously diminished.
Sun Sentinel launched a new feature in the newspaper and on SunSentinel.com on Sunday called “South Florida 100.”
The Tampa Bay Times and the Plant City Observer have created a partnership to publish a weekly newspaper – the Plant City Times & Observer.
They’ve been watching the newsroom clocks for 95 years, but these days, it’s the one in the Des Moines Register lobby everyone’s focused on.
Last month the Chicago Sun Times fired its entire staff of photographers -– 28 full-time journalists — and plans to rely primarily on freelancers.
The Columbia Missourian recently pushed beyond its usual platforms with a special, in-depth report about a new high school opening in town.
Brian O'Kelley is an unlikely saviour of newspapers. For one thing, the 35-year-old chief executive of advertising technology company AppNexus – which has morphed from startup to $1bn behemoth with 500 employees in just five years – concedes he knows very little about print.