What Happened to the Washington Post?
At a December town hall at the offices of the Washington Post, just a few blocks from the White House,…Read More »
New York Times journalists will stage historic 24-hour strike after management and union fail to reach deal | CNN Business
New York CNN Business — A 24-hour strike at The New York Times, a historic demonstration in which more than…Read More »
How Vermont’s Media Helps Keep the State Together
An extensive analysis conducted in 2020 by ProPublica and the Times Magazine ranked nearly all the United States’ more than…Read More »
Pete Arredondo resigns from Uvalde city council after botched response to school shooting | CNN
CNN — Uvalde school district police chief Pedro “Pete” Arredondo has resigned his separate position on the Uvalde city council…Read More »
The Staff of Uvalde’s Local Paper Cover the Worst Day of Their Lives
The news, as it initially came over the police scanner in staticky bursts of information, was confusing. A shooting, a…Read More »
Is There a Market for Saving Local News?
“The Cleveland Press, dead at 103.” That was WEWS Cleveland’s proclamation on June 17, 1982, the day the paper—which the…Read More »
Lee Enterprises asks investors to help fight off hedge fund
Newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises is asking its shareholders to help it fight off a hostile takeover offer from “vulture hedge…Read More »
Swift selling local media assets to Ogden Newspapers
Swift Communications is selling its local media and publishing businesses to West Virginia-based Ogden Newspapers ByThe Associated Press November 30,…Read More »
Can Russia’s Press Ever Be Free?
“Slava, bring me some condoms!” Repin shouted back. Condoms were in short supply in the U.S.S.R., and both men had…Read More »
Covering the COVID-19 Crisis in the Navajo Nation
The Navajo Times, based in Window Rock, Arizona, is the only newspaper focussed on reporting the news of the Navajo…Read More »