Publishers join together for media solutions.
CareerCast is out with its latest best/worst jobs listings. Newspaper reporting – ranked the worst job out of 200 occupations last year – is in the 199th slot this year.
Journalists Carol Marbin Miller and Audra D.S. Burch of the Miami Herald won the April Sidney Award for “Innocents Lost“, an investigative multi-media package that spotlighted more than 400 Florida children who died due to abuse or neglect even after the state’s child protection authorities confirmed mistreatment at home yet failed to act.
Rukmini Callimachi is this year’s recipient of the Michael Kelly Award for her work as the West Africa bureau chief for the Associated Press, Atlantic Media announced yesterday.
Regularly, KPCC business reporter Ben Bergman talks with someone changing the way we do business in Southern California. In this installment, Los Angeles Register publisher Aaron Kushner discusses the imminent launch of his newspaper.
We’re fans of high-quality journalism at FiveThirtyEight, and we’re hoping to see the organizations that produce it succeed financially as well as journalistically.
The Student Government Association at the University of Missouri-St. Louis has denied the student newspaper's appeal to reverse the decision to cut its funding.
What if you could pick up a printed newspaper, but instead of a handful of stories hand-picked by a secret cabal of senior editors, it had pieces that were selected based on what was being shared — either by your social network or by users of Facebook, Twitter etc. as a whole?
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize winners, which were announced Monday afternoon at Columbia University, under a brilliant blue sky in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Upper Manhattan in New York City, came with one surprising omission.
Ten years ago, Paul Rapacioli and James Savage spotted a niche for an English-language news site in Stockholm, their adopted home.
The Deseret News is owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but you might not detect its Mormon roots from looking at the outlet’s national site — officially came out of beta yesterday — which focuses on the self-proclaimed values of family and faith.
A high-profile Venezuelan journalist was freed on Monday after a week-long kidnapping that brought attention once again to the South American country's endemic violent crime.
The debate over paywalls, freemium and online subscriptions continues to rage as publications try to find the best way to monetise their product. Amidst it all, a German start-up has quietly been developing what they think could be the solution - LaterPay.