WASHINGTON, DC -- The New York Times will provide reporters with the Apple iPhone 4 to record and upload videos via an Aspera App to the paper's serv...
Staying true to the Denver Post brand required a certain type of Stockholm syndrome. It meant internalizing what you figure your boss and your boss's boss might deem inconvenient to print.
The experience so far with pay walls among newspapers -- certain kinds of newspapers and certain kinds of pay walls, at least -- suggests publishers may not have too much to fear from charging for a certain amount of content.
This weekend of the NFL playoffs saw both conference favorites -- Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots -- get knocked off, following a Wild Card week that had its own share of surprises.
The Financial Times is enjoying a big rise in digital revenue, the publisher, and as much as 10 percent of new digital subscriptions are coming from iPad users alone.
The media business has been in chaos for a decade, and there's more coming.
There's no reason why they can't find talented 18- to 20-year-old actors to play angst-ridden roles. It would make the stories that much more credible as the actors age in the course of the series length.
Newspapers will survive in the long run only if they can convince us that they're fair and accurate.
t might seem that comics themselves are dying, but the truth is that comics are alive and well. In fact, they are conquering global culture. What's more: Comics increasingly are the home of our spiritual imagination.
As we look ahead to the promise of 2011, some newspapers' editorials are looking beyond their local community's needs and imparting messages that exte...
Of all the bookstore and newsstands I have been blessed to browse none matches the selection of quarterly publications and magazines of substance offered by Paras -- none.
This is a special tale from long ago, when newspaper newsrooms were like giant ashtrays furnished with battered desks, creaky chairs and computers the size of Volkswagens.
Why do the same people get quoted by reporters all the time? Laziness, for starters. The good news? Once you break into their speed-dial, the "herd mentality" will take over.
While we are indeed currently politically divided and somewhat polarized, this is actually our normal state as a nation -- and on the polarization scale, we're nowhere near the "most divided" we've ever been. Far from it.
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?