FoxTrot's creator, Bill Amend, has consistently demonstrated that geekery is something to be celebrated, not ridiculed. How has he made the Fox clan squirm for over two decades?
ASUS is a Taiwanese company that hit it big in the United States. It had been mostly known for computer parts, and in 2007 decided to build computers...
ntil time passes and we can arrive at an answer, the debate will continue over whether an ad-driven business without a subscription component can create considerable value.
Amid all the gloom and doom of newspapers limping or folding, there's a ray of hope in the print media landscape, thanks to innovative thinking and risk taking by publishers and editors who recognize opportunities to be seized at the right time.
Could you sit through an hour-long radio news program today? I could. But only if it came with either (a) a DVR or (b) an online summary.
It might appear a bit jarring to some to be engaged in such a furious debate over the controversial airport patdowns at a time intended for celebration. Does this represent the state of our country today?
For 2012, how about the media actually doing something honest, and show a tincture of integrity? That is, state that it will no longer cover anyone or their activities if they do not sit down for interviews.
We all know that newspapers are in desperate straits. But some newspapers are trying to bring in readers in "novel" ways. LITERALLY. Take the "Wri...
Even though I'm an online guy, newspapers have always held a fascination for me. Even with shorter news cycles and their lack of clickable links, newspapers have some advantages that the digital space sometimes lacks.
Even before he died last week, any mention of Tony Curtis made most people think of Billy Wilder's classic Some Like it Hot. But for me, it was and will always be Sweet Smell of Success.
- Cathy admits brief affair she had with Uncle Duke in 1970s while substituting as his interpreter in China - Best friend Andrea leaves husband, join...
How can AT&T's leadership condone inefficient and ultimately uncaring processes within the same company that cause its customers such tumult?
It may be too late for newspaper publishers to reinvent their collapsing media empires. Or is the industry reinventing itself as it has throughout its history?
By Axel Caballero and Ofelia Yañez - Producers, Cuéntame With the Senate set to vote next week on the DREAM Act, what started as a group of student...
Anyone in the media talking about raising income tax rates on the top two income brackets should disclose their possible conflict of interest. "Full disclosure, I fall into the top tax bracket myself, so I would personally be affected by changing this rate."
This sounds obvious, but it's a big deal. The economics of the online news business will not support the infrastructure or newsroom that the printed paper supports.