If you have checked your Facebook feed over the past week and a half, you have almost undoubtedly seen a friend participating in the “Ice Bucket Challenge,” the feel-good viral sensation aimed at raising awareness of and dollars for ALS research.
In 2007, when I launched my first website, our comment section was central to the product. We scrutinized every detail of it.
Anyone tuning in to the nightly coverage of the protests in Ferguson has seen the reporters on the ground becoming part of the story.
At conferences — and in editorial meetings, when a visionary speech from management is required — media companies like to talk about how the future of news is mobile.
When Al Jazeera, the Qatar-based cable news giant rolled out its massive new American affiliate one year ago, creating a full-force 24-hour cable news channel—800 journalists, several studios, support staff, the works— in a move that drew cheers, skepticism, but mostly puzzlement: why?
In the days since a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., people have been on the streets to register their outrage.
Despite their ubiquity on news sites around the Internet, a movement against anonymous comments sections has slowly gathered steam over the past few years.
PHILADELPHIA, PA — This city’s two rival dailies, the broadsheet Inquirer and tabloid Daily News, share an owner, a website, and now more than ever, mutual enmity and distrust.
BuzzFeed has gone on a hiring spree this year, adding about a dozen Latino bylines to its staff.
James Foley was a freelance journalist when he disappeared in Syria on Nov. 22, 2012.
The properties for sale cross seven states including California, Connecticut, Colorado and Pennsylvania.
Second Street plans to bring enhanced mobile functionality and a larger deal network to partner.
Afghanistan’s attorney general banned a New York Times reporter from leaving the country Tuesday because of a controversial story about the country’s recent presidential election, the newspaper said.