Columns

Ed Zintel | 4/18/2014
At least that’s what we here at E&P gathered after reviewing the nominations for this year’s 25 Under 35 feature.
Rob Tornoe | 4/16/2014
Platform offers a searchable database of sources to reporters.
Tim Gallagher | 4/15/2014
State of the Newspaper meetings can help bring everyone back to earth and understand what it takes to succeed.
Alan D. Mutter | 4/11/2014
Skift is just one of the many companies that demonstrate to media how to collect data.
Nu Yang | 4/10/2014
J-school students and industry vets tackle the tough questions.
Sarah Green | 3/21/2014
The move to digital should not automatically be greeted as bad news. In fact, it’s often good news—it means the business is adapting.
Ed Zintel | 3/20/2014
Amazing. Inspiring. Those were just two of the reactions I had when looking over the nominations we received this year for E&P’s 10 Newspapers That Do It Right.
Rob Tornoe | 3/18/2014
Question is whether to be a mobile-first media company or treat mobile as an also-ran.
Tim Gallagher | 3/13/2014
An honest exchange about the problems that exist between departments can help a newspaper tackle tough problems.
Alan D. Mutter | 3/13/2014
Google, with purchase of Nest, shows it’s serious about data-driven content consumption.
Nu Yang | 3/12/2014
Are journalism schools properly educating and preparing young journalists for today's newsroom?
Atul Tulshibagwale | 3/3/2014
Online media has been around for several years now, so what are the innovative ways of presenting news that are unique to online media?
Rob Tornoe | 2/27/2014
When it comes to news coverage, why not just do both?
Press Release | Columbia University | 4/14/2014
Press Release | Freedom Communications | 4/14/2014
Business of News: The Spacey Story of Newspaper People
Tim Gallagher | 4/15/2014