It wasn’t long ago that “social media manager” evoked an otherwise-inexperienced 20-something churning out witty tweets on behalf of a brand.
As news about Ebola dominates the airwaves and permeates midterm campaigns, Americans are following the ongoing story at historically high rates. About half of U.S. adults (49%) followed Ebola news very closely last week, elevating the story to our list of most-followed events since 2010.
It looks as though there may be a veritable stampede for the exits prompted by the New York Times buyout offer.
The Daily Northwestern aims to collect $1 million from 500 donors in its first-ever fundraising effort.
America’s widening ideological divisions are showing up in more and more aspects of American life — from how likely people are to vote to where they want to live and what they want their children taught.
TV cameraman Ashoka Mukpo, evacuated from Liberia after becoming infected with Ebola last month, has been declared free of the virus.
MEXICO CITY—She was a crusading Twitter journalist in a bastion of organized crime who chose a photograph of Catwoman as her online avatar and christened herself Felina.
Jimmy Lai has spent time at a protest encampment next to the government complex in Hong Kong’s Admiralty district for 25 days now.
Evidence of political polarization can be found in many aspects of American life.
Bloomberg has brought its video content to the forefront of its digital properties, rather than sending them exclusively to some dusty video hub.
The shift of the newspaper printing operations to the more updated printing and inserting production facility at ACS Alabama in Mobile will reduce print-related costs, improve efficiencies and allow for greater use of color.
Benjamin C. Bradlee served as editor from 1965 to 1991.
The new Montreal Gazette redefines the way news is produced, presented, consumed and monetized.