KABUL, Afghanistan — The two candidates for president of Afghanistan both pledged on Friday to reverse the expulsion of an American journalist from the country as soon as they took office.
A Suffolk Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that Steward Health Care System has no right to review the reporting or records collected by The Boston Globe for a yet-to-be-published article about a man’s journey through the mental health care system.
A photojournalist arrested in Iran alongside Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian and his wife was released on bail Wednesday, a family source said.
The Huffington Post and Beacon Reader — a crowdfunding platform for journalism that we’ve written about before — announced on Wednesday that they have formed a partnership to fund and train a citizen journalist who is currently writing about the protests taking place in Ferguson, Mo.
U.S. users are now spending the majority of their time consuming digital media within mobile applications, according to a new study released by comScore this morning.
Magazine publishers have a tablet problem. According to one designer, they always have.
LAST WEEK President Obama offered some lofty words about journalism and democracy.
India, with its emerging economy and vast population, is becoming an attractive market for news organizations looking to grow their international audience.
Want an object lesson in the problems of dubious equivalency and anonymous sources?
Instagram users passed 200 million earlier this year while Tumblr’s is flattening out.
The two editorial pages decided to collaborate on a project soliciting reader submissions about their own experiences with racial profiling from the police.
Once the two new North Shore papers are added, 22nd Century Media will have a collective print and digital circulation of 175,000 in suburban Chicago.
The chief executive of News Corp Australia, Julian Clarke, has strongly defended the Australian’s $30m drain on the Murdoch empire, saying the newspaper is a much-loved flagship and the country’s most influential newspaper.