The Washington Post today introduces The Most, a new feature that lists the most popular stories from The Post and partner publications around the web. Readers can expect to find a mix of content on The Most, surfaced by a diverse group of readers from a variety of sites.
The dropping of Mr. Chin’s column comes as Occupy Central is trying to sustain public commitment to its protest plans.
Ross Hoffman reveals how Twitter’s recent design changes have affected user behavior and how it’s hoping to one day take advantage of other sites embedding tweets.
Katharine Weymouth Announces Plans to Step Down as Publisher of The Washington Post, Successor Named
Fred Ryan will become publisher and CEO on Oct. 1.
The deadline has been extended to midnight Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.
Ten years ago, Newell Nussbaumer owned a shop in Buffalo, N.Y., selling everything from Mexican wrestling masks to leather goods made in New York City, plus locally made products.
Having just written what I consider a defense of the internet’s effect on journalism and the media industry, I didn’t expect to have to do it again so soon.
In total News UK installed 8,000 internal units, including newspaper display stands, fishtanks and spring-loaded retention trays, 2,000 storefront fascias and 6,000 blade signs.
A $30,000 grant from a private foundation focused on health care issues is helping defray the salary of a Chicago Tribune reporter covering Obamacare.
Online media is made of clicks.
The Huffington Post is getting into the debate game.
Most publishers pushing into video try get people to their sites and then use YouTube for marketing.
News events across from distant countries can feel so far away, it is difficult to grasp their importance.