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The valuation of Tribune Publishing and its nine metro newspapers, in play for takeover, continues to be an issue with fresh evidence this week that the company is doing reasonably well … more
The term “mainstream media” has long been used to refer to established journalism outlets in the United States. In recent years, it has also been used in a more critical context, … more
In Arizona, the 2020 election still isn’t over. Well, it is—the votes were counted, counted again, and certified months ago; Biden won the state—but Republicans in the state senate … more
When Lajuana Phillips was shot and killed by a police officer in late 2018, she was a mother of three children, a daughter and a cousin who was described by family as “a hard worker,” … more
A daily newspaper cannot publish for 200 years without getting some things wrong. This one has made its share of mistakes.There will always be errors of news judgment given the nature of the work. … more
Newsletter publishing platform Substack has introduced publication sections for its newsletters, which will allow writers “to create and manage multiple newsletters or podcasts within a single … more
“Help! I’m curious about advice columns but I don’t know if they help with engagement or my bottom line!”Slate, which launched its first advice column, Dear Prudence, in 1997, … more
The CEO of Washingtonian on Friday morning apologized to the magazine’s staffers for a Washington Post op-ed in which she appeared to threaten her employees’ job status should they not … more
The Washington Post is in the closing stages of the hunt for its new top editor, and looks set to finalize a decision in the coming weeks. The Daily Beast spoke with seven knowledgeable people … more
The sports news site The Athletic is looking to make a deal with The New York Times now that a rumored merger with Axios is off, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. Rumors surfaced at the … more
When I told my editors at The Daily Beast that I needed to quit my job as the newsroom’s lead COVID reporter, I couldn’t even say the word “quit.” Even now, weeks later, it … more
Ticketsauce, a robust and private label event management software company announced a merger with NIGHTOUT, a premier booking platform for live entertainment. The combined organization marries Ticketsauce’s extensive product features, robust platform and private label capabilities with NIGHTOUT’s vast consumer marketplace and powerful marketing tools. more
You may have seen it by now. A camera flies toward a neon-lit bowling alley and swoops in the front door, making orbits around the place while pacing a bowling ball gliding down a lane, buzzing the … more
"It starts at home with not being able to label our emotions and understand what mental health is."That was Fardowsa Ali speaking to me recently for a short BBC News film on racial disparities in … more
As a young journalist, Dion Lim pitched what she thought was an obvious story: A local nursery was running a racial slur on a billboard, shortening one word in their advertising for Japanese maple … more
In its bid to acquire Tribune Publishing, the hedge fund Alden Global Capital vowed to provide $375 million in cash to the owner of the Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Sun and other titles — a … more
In Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, journalists were detained and assaulted last month while covering protests over the death of 20-year-old Black man Daunte Wright.   Minnesota police fired tear gas … more
Last Friday marked 100 days since Donald Trump officially left the White House as U.S. president. His departure ended a chapter crammed with chaos and controversy for hundreds of millions of … more
The tumultuous events of the past year have highlighted the First Amendment’s vital role as a pillar of American democracy. They have also underscored the need for vigilance in defending … more
Yesterday, The Washington Post hosted a live video chat with Josh Hawley, the Republican senator for Missouri. The interview was billed as being about Hawley’s new book on the “tyranny of … more
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