As Facebook rolls out its “Instant Articles” initiative, in which news entities such as the New York Times and The Guardian are publishing directly to the social network, instead of just posting links to their own sites, media organizations and industry watchers are wrestling with the idea of Facebook as a platform for news.
The Twitter Analytics dashboard is a handy resource that tells you how well each of your updates on Twitter’s social network have performed.
A brand-new syndicated comic?! That's right. Creators Syndicate is proud to announce that the newest addition to newspapers' comics pages is "Recess," a hilarious panel by Andy Anderson and Wil Panganiban.
Deseret News Service, which has focused a good share of its content on faith and family values issues, now is expanding that effort by syndicating the material to other publishers.
“Shoe” was written and drawn by the late Chicago Tribune cartoonist Jeff MacNelly from 1977 until his death in 2000.
The Baltimore Sun turned 175 in 2012 and tried something unusual as its anniversary year ended.
NewsCred, which offers publishers and brands a growing library of elite news content, announced this week that the Washington Post is the latest to join its syndication service.
John de Rosier, the staff cartoonist at the Albany Times Union, and Frank Cammuso, Syracuse Post-Standard editorial cartoonist, were both handed pink slips last week.
USA TODAY Sports announced today the roll out of a new content syndication module, USA TODAY Sports Pulse, across more than 100 local Gannett properties. USA TODAY Sports Pulse is also available for syndication beyond Gannett.
A handful of readers complained the cartoon was too racy for the comics page.
Cartoonist Rob Tornoe updates his obituary cartoon for Joe Paterno in light of the Freeh report.
On the rare opportunities political cartoonists have a leg-up on a news event (like on an election night), it’s common to draw two cartoons prior to the outcome, in order to make the print deadline for the next day’s newspaper.
For more than 30 years, "Simpsons" creator Matt Groening sketched the syndicated comic strip "Life in Hell," a long-time staple of alternative newsweeklies.