Columns

Nu Yang | 10/17/2014
It’s because stories are personal and do hit too close to home that journalists choose to take risks to bring them to the public.
Rich Kane | 10/15/2014
Should newspapers make editorial decisions based on real-time reader feedback?
Tim Gallagher | 10/14/2014

Newspaper companies should operate like Main Street, not Wall Street

Daniel M. Johnson | 10/10/2014
Developing new readers must be a number one priority for the newspaper industry.
Alan D. Mutter | 10/9/2014
It’s a green light for mobile traffic
Ed Zintel | 9/24/2014
Journalists need to take a stand and stand up for whistleblowers. If we don’t, we might never become as respected and revered as we one were and need to be again.
Rob Tornoe | 9/23/2014
Automated Insights’ reporting helps free up time of journalists, not replace them
John L. Robinson | 9/19/2014
Yes, the news is stressful, but your reporting of it doesn’t always have to be.
Nu Yang | 9/17/2014
Does the FAA's ban on drone journalism violate the First Amendment?
Tim Gallagher | 9/16/2014
Perhaps the best way to cover a story today is to walk the beat, with one eye on the Internet
Alan D. Mutter | 9/10/2014
It’s a challenge, but a good start would be to drop the Sunday edition price.
Ed Zintel | 8/22/2014
Today drones are at the top of the news.
Rob Tornoe | 8/21/2014
It’s the true metric in measuring a web audience’s content consumption.
Press Release | Los Angeles Times | 10/16/2014
Eric Blattberg | Digiday | 10/15/2014
Lily Leung | OC Register | 10/14/2014