Friday, July 18, 2008
Friday, July 11, 2008
The new editor of The Washington Times John Solomon talks about his plans for the future of the paper, which he sees as an important part of the capital's media landscape. But writer John Gorenfeld, author of Bad Moon Rising, argues that the Times can't escape its origins in Reverend ...
Friday, May 23, 2008
Friday, May 02, 2008
Friday, April 25, 2008
Eight of Ohio's top newspapers are sharing content in a cooperative effort called the Ohio News Organization, or OHNO. The arrangement will allow the papers to sidestep the AP. Could this system be a lifeline for struggling news organizations? Is it the end of the scoop as we ...
Friday, April 11, 2008
Friday, December 07, 2007
During OTM’s trip to Russia last summer, it was quickly apparent that when you’re an American media-analysis show looking to talk about free-speech, not many media heavyweights in Moscow will speak with you. One who will is Vladimir Mamontov, editor-in-chief of one of Russia’s most important newspapers – ...
Friday, November 23, 2007
Friday, October 26, 2007
The clanging noises of manual typewriters, teletype machines and rotary phones are long gone from the modern newsroom. But those sounds still exist in the New York Times' new building as part of a giant art installation called Moveable Type. Brooke talks with the artists and a big ...
Friday, October 26, 2007
The news this week was filled with images of devastating fires ripping through Southern California. But Mike Davis, author of Ecology of Fear, explains that fires, floods and other natural disasters, while newsworthy, are anything but new in SoCal.
Friday, September 21, 2007
If you were one of the 227,000 paying subscribers to TimesSelect … well, you are no more. Paying, that is. Sometime early Wednesday morning you received an e-mail stating that the pay wall would be dismantled, effective immediately. Vivian Schiller, senior vice president of nytimes.com, explains why.
Friday, September 14, 2007
This week marked the 25th anniversary of the launch of USA Today. Richard Curtis was there in the beginning, and he’s still there today. As graphics editor, he knows well the four-color look that helped the national paper make its mark.
Friday, August 31, 2007
When the FBI wanted to track down two suspicious Seattle ferry riders recently, it first tried good old-fashioned investigating. But when the trail ran cold it released a photo to the local newspapers. Editor Suki Dardarian explains why the Seattle Times decided to print the image and join ...
Friday, July 27, 2007
Only one thing stands in the way of Rupert Murdoch’s purchase of Dow Jones and its Wall Street Journal: The Bancrofts. The family is a tangle of second cousins, complicated trusts, and divergent political views. WSJ reporter Sarah Ellison says their decision could come as early as
Friday, May 04, 2007