I didn't buy a newspaper because I wanted to find out more about the operation in Pakistan. I bought it because it was tangible representation of massively important historic event, and I wanted to save it.
Once there were some standards for miracles. The hierarchy of a church, often the Catholic Church, investigated what events had taken place, and event...
A new worldwide organization is bringing together editors from different platforms, engineers and developers in news media in a bid to foster more sustainable professional journalism.
I'm a fan of new technology and was among the first on my block to buy a VCR. I've also been surfing the Internet for many years and bought a cell ph...
Every young person should have the benefit of learning what is involved in the business basics of buying, selling and working with customers.
Unless it's chapter five of a franchise like Transformers, or lame remakes of classics like Arthur, nobody on the business side in Hollywood has a clue of what to do.
The papers were only getting a quick glance at the headlines and a few paragraphs on the front page and the local news section front. The rest was just a pile of dead tree branches.
As a former newspaper executive turned Internet entrepreneur, I always chuckle when I get emailed a humorous list called "The Easy Guide to Keeping Newspapers and Political News in Perspective".
Up until recently, the "news" rarely ever made the news. In other words, news and news reporting was pretty boring until the advent of the internet and explosion of new platforms and myriad of information available.
There are no shortcuts to doing America's business and getting it done on time and on budget. We simply have to have intellectual discipline and know the facts of every case and then make the best case.
I want to track a story as it develops, I certainly won't be looking at the print edition of anything, and, once the long-threatened paywall goes up, I won't be getting my updates from nytimes.com.
People have different reasons for beginning a yoga practice. Health, fitness, peace of mind. Writer Clare Dederer says in her recent book Poser: my li...
I always knew the day when I would retire would come, but I never really prepared for it. I was always too busy making deadlines and anticipating the next breaking news story.
Two iPad applications that supply news content to their audiences, Flipboard and The Daily, are highlighting the friction between new media and old, respectively.
Now that you have sold HuffPo to AOL, I've been reading pieces by some people wondering if you have "sold out" or somehow "cheated" your "unpaid bloggers" like me. I'd like to offer another view, one that starts with a resounding "thank you."
For video to be effective, Kevin Roach, Director of U.S. Broadcast News, suggests papers publish breaking news of local interest and get it up quickly.