Columns

Nu Yang | 8/4/2015
The newspaper industry should be proud of its scars; our evidence of how many bumps and scrapes we have overcome.
Jack Ohman | 7/23/2015
The First Amendment protects all people from U.S. government interference in their religious practices, just as it protects cartoonists.
Tim Gallagher | 7/22/2015
In today’s digital world, human contact should still mean something to newspapers
Rob Tornoe | 7/21/2015
How Facebook’s Instant feature is changing the mobile publishing game
Alan D. Mutter | 7/14/2015
What good is the Apple Watch, anyway?
Adreana Young | 7/9/2015
Do The New York Times Open Page 1 Meetings Compromise Journalistic Ethics?
Nu Yang | 7/7/2015
WAN-IFRA president Tomas Brunegård said newspapers are operating smarter, leaner and faster, but they haven’t given up on their core values.
Gretchen A. Peck | 6/23/2015
How offset and digital inkjet are working well together
Tim Gallagher | 6/22/2015
Long-term planning is the key to success
Adreana Young | 6/19/2015
Should Someone Have Resigned or Been Fired at Rolling Stone After Publishing "A Rape on Campus?"
John Kroll | 6/12/2015
So far, at least, no one at the magazine is out of a job. What does that tell us about our priorities?
Alan D. Mutter | 6/11/2015
Mobile moves to digital ad domination 
Nu Yang | 6/5/2015
When the news is withholding the news, you know that’s a problem.
Adreana Young | 8/3/2015
Kim Bellware | The Huffington Post | 7/31/2015