The E.W. Scripps–operated WCPO.com is moving in on Cincinnati.com’s turf, though both outlets ultimately see the competition as driving richer, deeper journalism for the city and the greater Cincinnati region.
The partnership extends through the spring of 2018, with HAN replacing MSG Varsity, an arm of Cablevision.
Consultants are returning to Condé Nast amid rumors that more cost-cutting is in store at the storied magazine publisher.
On a gray day in the fall of 2013, a dozen department heads of the Dutch media company NRC huddled together in a room in Amsterdam. (Full disclosure: I was one of them.)
The app was previously only available if users paid $1.99 per month to subscribe.
Where print newspapers have largely faded away, digital-only news organizations are thankfully starting to spend the time and money to fill the gap.
HONG KONG — After China’s stock markets crumpled, prompting a global sell-off, People’s Daily, the premier newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, had other things on its mind on Tuesday.
For all the technological progress that has been made in the past couple decades, it often seems like freelancing for media companies is stuck in the ’90s.
Chris Jennewein has been hardwired to digital local news from its birth.
Terry Egger takes over Oct. 1.
We cannot just invest in creating more digital newsrooms, we have to embrace and celebrate the work of creating more diverse newsrooms too.
The nine new sections this year cover shopping, baking, decorating and children's content.
The news at The Daily News — that the owner, Mortimer B. Zuckerman, had done an about-face and decided not to sell — brought consolation to the publication’s newsroom, at least for now.