On March 13, 2013, Argentine cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected pope following the surprise resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.
“FAKE: Crimean self-defense units take over parliament building; Pro actor used as witness.”
While a bill to revive the Columbia River Crossing clings to life in the Legislature, Brendan Monaghan’s brief career as an editorial columnist for The Oregonian is over—and it’s hard to escape the conclusion that his opposition to the CRC is the reason.
The Toronto Star’s coverage of embattled Mayor Rob Ford, who admitted to smoking crack cocaine, helped stabilize fourth-quarter profits at parent company Torstar Corp., the Canadian Press reported.
R.B. Brenner, deputy director of the journalism program at Stanford University, will be the new director of the School of Journalism in the Moody College of Communication starting in August, according to Moody college dean Roderick Hart.
The Washington Post announced today that they are relaunching their glossy mag, FW: Fashion Washington as a monthly with a new format and expanded coverage of lifestyle topics like design and travel.
After a tumultuous and mostly unprofitable three-and-a-half years under media giant Aol, hyperlocal publishing network Patch was acquired in January by Hale Global, a holding company that specializes in turnarounds, mostly with technology firms.
If you go to the Getty Images website, you'll see millions of images, all watermarked.
Outgoing National Security Agency chief Keith Alexander hinted Tuesday at forthcoming legislation that will target "media leaks," though few national security reporters are aware of any such legislation.
After leaving The Washington Post to start a new venture, Ezra Klein said he didn't want to build a "super Wonkblog," the popular policy vertical he launched for the newspaper in 2011.
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.
Flipboard is acquiring competing iPad news app Zite from its current owner CNN. According to a person familiar with the situation, the deal was an all-stock transaction, which is currently valued at more than the price CNN paid when it purchased the company for just north of $20 million in 2011. Neither Flipboard nor CNN would comment on the purchase price. Zite will eventually be shut down and integrated into Flipboard.