It was an expected bomb threat, insofar as you could be prepared for one.
With the upcoming elections in Brazil, one question in particular has been voiced: How are we going to fight fake
Facebook bestrides the Earth. It attracts nearly 1.5 billion users a day, commands a fifth of global online advertising revenue, and
As part of a long-term investment plan, the Valley News and Concord Monitor purchased a complete web offset press system
A Reuters reporter accused of obtaining secret state documents in Myanmar told a court on Monday a policeman had called
Ellysa Harris’ first day as the editor of the Plainview Herald was somewhat like a scene from “Cheers:” everybody knew
Two years after the Association of National Advertisers’ damning report on how agencies profit from media budgets was released, the
As both journalists and participants in the university community, student reporters are uniquely positioned to get inside information on campus happenings — and some are putting more resources into covering their cities.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced Monday he has “serious concerns” about Sinclair Broadcast Group’s acquisition of Tribune Media, saying he
It may not know it yet, but Facebook is fast becoming the poster child for any business that hasn’t got
The Republican chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, which until now has seemed warm to allowing conservative-leaning Sinclair Broadca
Over the past year, fake audio messages have been slowly making the rounds on WhatsApp.
The Washington Post today announced it has launched a channel on Twitch, the live streaming service for gamers and their
Diego Maradona isn’t dead, and he’s willing to pay $10,000 to figure out who said he was. The famous retired
A federal judge on Saturday ordered the Los Angeles Times to remove information from an article that described a plea
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If newspaper design had a motto, it might be: “Stick to the format. The design and layout is the brand.”
Now is the time to start getting your contest entries ready.
The federal Food and Drug Administration declared in 2016 that e-cigarettes are a tobacco product and should have to comply with the same regulations as other tobacco products.
The most perilous place for a journalist in the U.S. last year was at a protest, according to a new
Subscription publishers are targeting people between 18 and 24 years old, adapting content, tone, marketing and accessibility of their products
Les Zaitz had been out on his Oregon ranch last week when he got the heads-up call from Matt Apuzzo of the New York Times.
This piece originally appeared in Local Edition, our newsletter following the digital transformation of local news.
With a handful of tweets, President Trump injected his views into the media sphere, bolstering one much-criticized broadcaster and nudging
Bots are everywhere. A report by The New York Times recently outed about 3.5 million of them on Twitter. But they’re also on Facebook and