A group of newspaper publishers, including Gannett, McClatchy, Tribune and others, has put the Cars.com online marketplace up for sale for as much as $3 billion, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Chalkbeat journalists cover educational changes in the community.
As Time.com‘s Managing Editor Edward Felsenthal, and Daniel Bernard, head of product, prepared to preview the newly redesigned Time.com for me, I expected one of two types of popular overhauls: a spacious, minimalist approach a la NPR, or a grid-based explosion of images a la NBC News and Bloomberg View.
Journalism needs an iTunes.
A "major restructuring" at French left-leaning daily newspaper Libération with the loss of journalists' jobs is inevitable, one of its main shareholders has warned.
Always a circulation-driven enterprise, the paper now has a radically different audience strategy
For years, it's called itself the "champion of the Hispanics," but lately, El Diario La Prensa, the nation's oldest Spanish-language daily newspaper and the largest in New York, hasn't been feeling all that mighty.
Twitter’s head of news Vivian Schiller says retweets are underutilized, and Twitter needs to find a way to give news organizations better analytics.
To unite Hispanics in Southern California and better connect them to news and information of particular relevance to their lives, Freedom Communications is introducing a new and significantly expanded Spanish-language weekly newspaper called Unidos en el Sur de California beginning March 21.
Reuters Live Online, which replaces Reuters Live Stream, provides publishers with fully licensable access to live video coverage of breaking news and scheduled events. The service allows up to three streams to be viewed simultaneously.
A native advertising session at Digital Media Strategies shared best practice tips for media outlets, and highlighted what mainstream media newsrooms in particular can bring to the table.
The high-stakes chess game for control of the Southern California newspaper landscape.
Prosecutors in Egypt on Wednesday displayed seized items such as cameras, cables and microphones as evidence in the trial of 20 journalists on terrorism-related charges.