Gannett is asking employees to use their social networks to encourage followers to give $10 to the Red Cross.
The San Francisco Chronicle changed its style on “illegal immigrant” Monday. It’s the latest of several publications to reconsider the term.
A website for Chinese newspaper Global Times recently published photos of a new Japanese military helicopter "design concept". Too bad it's not real. It's not even made by the Japanese military.
The White House said Tuesday that President Obama does not believe journalists should be "prosecuted for doing their jobs."
Wanderful Media has raised another $9 million from the long list of newspaper and media companies that were already backing the startup and its local deal service Find&Save.
The Financial Times is today launching a new service in Latin America providing top FT news and analysis translated into Spanish.
A key adviser to the Leveson report, the civil rights campaigner Shami Chakrabarti, has hit out against politicians and newspaper barons, accusing them of letting down the public over promises to set up a new press watchdog.
In speech to a Council of Europe conference on media regulation in the House of Commons, Mr Whittingdale suggested that senior executives from News International such as Rebekah Brooks will go to prison if convicted over the affair.
The Society of Professional Journalists applauds the reintroduction of bills in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that would create protections for journalists who seek to keep their sources of information confidential from prosecutors and attorneys.
The Obama administration has zealously prosecuted leaks involving national security, but the secret collection of records for 20 Associated Press phone lines reaches a new level.
A recent wave of kidnappings in Nuevo Laredo was prominently featured in a recent Sunday edition of El Mañana, one of the largest and most long-standing Spanish-language newspapers on the border.
Newspapers led with news of the devastating tornado that ripped its way through Moore, Oklahoma on Monday.
NewsRight, a short-lived attempt to curtail piracy and generate revenue, is no more.