Business | 1/23/2015
Director of photography Brad Smith said the plan going forward is "to re-evaluate what's best for the magazine, not just financially but also content-wise."
Gabriel Sherman | Capital New York | 1/23/2015

For years now, it has been speculated in media circles that Mike Bloomberg could be a white knight and save the New York Times. Now it appears he may actually have tried to do it.


Damon Marx | AdWeek | 1/23/2015
The Washington Post has reportedly experienced a round of staff reductions “amid rumors about lower-than-expected revenue and budget shortfalls,” according to The Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild’s co-chair, Frederick Kunckle.
Tom Grubisich | Street Fight | 1/23/2015
For the Dallas Morning News, local and hyperlocal — increasingly digital but with a continuing and strong print presence — define the future of the 130-year-old A. H. Belo Corp. newspaper.
Rick Edmonds | Poynter | 1/23/2015
Gannett has yet to complete the split of the company in two, spinning off publishing from television and digital, but the prospect already has a famous corporate shark nibbling.
Jeremy Barr | Capital New York | 1/23/2015
All print Times Union subscribers will have access to timesunionPLUS content.
Press Release | Washington Post | 1/23/2015
The new blog will address climate change, energy and sustainability issues.
Ken Doctor | Nieman Lab | 1/22/2015
Forget keeping up with the economy — what would it take for the newspaper business just to keep up with inflation? Even the “growth” areas are slowing down.
Benjamin Mullin | Poynter | 1/21/2015
Former editor Steven Jones suggested staffers publish one last issue — a commemorative edition — to end the Guardian on their own terms.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 1/21/2015
We talked to two publishers, one with an integrated newsroom and one with separate print/Web staffs, to give both sides of the issue. | 1/20/2015
Starting this week, the Cayman Compass will include The Washington Post National Weekly, a 24-page newspaper.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 1/20/2015
The rise of social media is changing the way reporters approach their stories.
Rui Kaneya | CJR | 1/19/2015
CHICAGO — Employees of the Chicago Reader, the city’s premier alt-weekly, voted unanimously Friday to join the Chicago Newspaper Guild, becoming the third Chicago newsroom to unionize in 13 months.