In a blog post on Wednesday, Facebook laid out a fairly elaborate plan to promote better media reporting and consumption. Called the Facebook Journalism Project, it includes a local news initiative, new storytelling formats and fighting hoaxes, among other items.
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 hostile environment.
Some people say grace before a meal. I have a similar ritual before chowing down, as do so many others in this social media age: I take pictures of my […]
In her book-lined office overlooking lower Broadway in New York, Arianna Huffington keeps a large sofa in the corner.
The Big Ten Network's Tom Dienhart, who has been a college football writer since 1990, this month can add "social video journalist" to his resume—he has been shooting dozens of Instagram videos as he attends gridiron practices throughout the conference's Midwestern footprint.
The Tribune Company is going to spin off its newspapers, including The Los Angeles Times and The Chicago Tribune, into a newly formed Tribune Publishing Company, the company announced this morning. Its broadcasting properties will remain together in the Tribune Company.
Bloomberg L.P., the parent company of Bloomberg News, has launched a $75 million venture capital fund on Wednesday.
The New York Times took home four Pulitzers in a year that saw the venerable award body finding a lot more great work to honor than the past few years, when several key categories were shut out.
Quartz, the business news site owned by the Atlantic Media Co., got its hands on a big scoop, at least as far as the world of journalism awards is concerned.