For a while now, I’ve been sensing a surge of support for the idea of unions, even as the national media, elected officials, and even many workers have conducted a decades-long death watch of the labor movement.
Online video has become a priority for many publishers over the last few years, but the transition from text and images to a multimedia approach isn't always a smooth one. So how can you ensure you're on the right track?
Journalists often describe the Obama administration as one of the least press-friendly of modern times, with a record of stonewalling, investigating and generally snubbing the news media.
Home-improvement chain Menard Inc. has sued the Toledo Free Press accusing the weekly newspaper of failing to inform the company of declining circulation or to adjust its billing for advertising services.
A provincial court in Turkey sentenced a college student to one year in prison on Thursday for the offense of “insulting a public official” by sharing a satirical news story about a regional governor on Twitter.
Most of Twitter’s senior executives did not use the social network before they joined the company and barely use it now, new analysis has found.
There is a tendency in the New York media space that is less common in the tech industry of guessing the relative profitablilty of digital news companies.
The Apple Watch’s official release day is Friday, and strategy leads from digital media companies the world over are bracing themselves for the awkward question: “What’s our wearables strategy?”
How do you sell a TEGNA? Gannett C.E.O. Gracia Martore and her investor relations people have been busy priming the sales pump of their new broadcast-digital company for several months.
New content platform innovates the way advertisers can engage audiences
An ad, no matter how attention-grabbing, can’t be effective unless someone sees it.
Nearly 20,000 new jobs sprung up in public relations, a 13 percent increase.
NEW YORK -- The White House Correspondents' Association is seeking more “meaningful and consistent” access to the president, among other demands to increase day-to-day transparency, according to a draft of proposed principles and practices the organization is hammering out.