The Press



Frustrated Newspapers Are Dealing With the Fallout From Surprising Endorsements of Presidential Candidates

The media is also changing its tactics

It's a whole new ballgame, folks. This election has reached a new level of bizarre, and newspapers and online journalists alike have had to adapt to a new, slightly more…

This Newspaper Turned Its Front and Back Pages Into an Anti-Violence Protest Sign

McCann Lima helps the media join a movement

Have you ever heard what people say about Latinos? They're intense, passionate and "macho"—a quality that's often seen as protective. Obviously, these are stereotypes. Another side of the "Latin man" is that he can…

The New York Times Just Bought an Agency Focused on Virtual and Augmented Reality

Fake Love will help expand T Brand Studio

You can't buy me love, but The New York Times just bought Fake Love. An experiential design studio with a focus on virtual reality and augmented reality, Fake Love will help…

Lucasfilm Ran This Ad in an Irish Paper to Thank the Locals After Filming Star Wars There

Go mbeidh an fórsa leat!

In an infinitely classy and gracious move, Lucasfilm took out an ad in the Irish Examiner to thank the communities of Crookhaven, Goleen and the Brow Head peninsula, where parts…

This Newspaper Used an Algorithm to Play a Nasty Trick on Readers in Comments Section

Inverting opinions gives them a taste of censorship

A publication in Pakistan is taking an aggressive approach to stressing the importance of press freedoms—by helping readers better understand the unpleasantness of having their own words inverted. The Daily Times…

Publishers Tell Ad-Blocking Browser to Back Off

But Brave says it 'is the solution, not the enemy'

The nation's most powerful publishers—including The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal—sent a letter Thursday to Brave Software, accusing the company of creating a web…

The Economist Will Pitch Sponsored Mini-Documentaries in Its NewFronts Debut

Legacy publisher to offer video formats

The Economist—the 172-year-old British publication known for its thoughtful perspectives on politics, international affairs and finance—will showcase Economist Films for the first time during this year's Digital Content NewFronts. On May 10 in…

The New York Times Isn't Backing Down From Story That Compares NFL to Tobacco Industry

Rebuffs league's demand for retraction

Even during the offseason the National Football League can't stay out of the public eye. The New York Times has not been shy about taking on the NFL and the dangers…

This Experiential Marketing Shop Creates Immersive Work for People Who Hate Advertising

Say OK is there for the haters

Specs Who Founding partner Casey Conway What Experiential agency Where Los Angeles and Seattle If you've been to Sundance or South by Southwest this year, you may have come across Say OK's work. The…

New and Old Political Media Are Battling for Dominance in the Century's Wildest Election

The Hill, Politico and the new power elite

There may be no group more hungry for information—and more desperate for news and gossip—than those who populate the halls of power in Washington, D.C. From congressional staffers to K…