NewsRight, a short-lived attempt to curtail piracy and generate revenue, is no more.
Ad Meter: It's not just for Super Bowl ads anymore.
The Yahoo board has approved a massive $1.1 billion all-cash deal to buy Tumblr.
The Tampa Tribune will team up with Hearst Corp.’s LocalEdge digital marketing company to provide local small- and medium-sized businesses with a full suite of digital marketing services.
A story on the battle to liberalize Ireland’s abortion laws published in USA Today Thursday contained edits that grossly altered the original story, according to freelance journalist Caelainn Hogan, who wrote the piece.
The New York Times Company was a victim of online attacks earlier this week that slowed down The New York Times Web site and limited access to articles and other types of content.
Yet another serious escalation of the Obama administration's attacks on press freedoms emerges.
Media General sold off its newspapers a year ago this month and now the refocused company, feeling lighter and more opportunistic, is putting its energy into offering digital services to SMBs; and its newspaper past gives the company an edge.
Starting May 29, CIR, California Watch and The Bay Citizen are becoming one: The Center for Investigative Reporting.
Van Wagner Communications, LLC announced today a strategic joint venture between its sports division, Van Wagner Sports and Entertainment, and CineSport LLC, a leader in the production and distribution of online sports video content.
Ad-buying giants Starcom MediaVest Group and ZenithOptimedia said they have signed on to use comScore Inc.'s online advertising ratings system.
Attendees of yesterday's Google I/O keynote were rewarded with a brand new, $1,300 laptop—including reporters whose job it is to impartially cover Google.
Marca, the most-read sports newspaper in Spain and one of the most prestigious in the Spanish language, has hit the newsstands of Colombia, taking its first steps in the American continent.