The AJR website and its archives will remain available online.
American Public Media Group has completed its planned organizational changes hinted at earlier this month, including the cutting of 10 positions in Minnesota Public Radio’s newsroom and ending production of its nationally distributed Wits radio program.
Few C.E.O.s can claim to head a one-billion dollar publishing company.
NBCUniversal is poised to make a pair of investments in the digital media start-ups BuzzFeed and Vox, seeking to appeal to younger millennial viewers who are abandoning traditional media, according to executives with knowledge of the negotiations.
Videos from AJ+ have been viewed more than 430 million times over the last 90 days on Facebook.
What if a story could be personalized to each reader?
Gannett (GCI), the new media company that was spun off from TEGNA (TGNA) last month, said Wednesday its second quarter net income rose 2.3% from a year ago to $53.3 million after it cut operating expenses.
The staff of the Guardian US voted unanimously Wednesday to unionize under the News Media Guild.
In exactly what respects was the story “incorrect”? Why was it removed rather than corrected?
At RedEye, staff members may be the ones feeling bleary-eyed.
The percentage of minorities in newsrooms remains relatively steady at 12.76 percent, and 63 percent of newspapers have at least one woman among top-three editors.
Instead of blocking the blockers, let's focus on making advertising better.
The Times has won its legal battle in the Dublin high court for the right to promote its new digital newspaper for Ireland as its “Irish edition”.