Today’s front page of the day comes from The Appeal-Democrat in Marysville, California. On Wednesday, the newspaper started a five-part series on the end of World War II, which includes front pages and Associated Press coverage from the time. Show More Summary
A media giant with a massive television portfolio has seen stock prices fall a whopping 50.2% in the past year — a plunge that is outpacing the overall industry decline. The New York Post reports that the stock plunge at...
Cronyism seems to be in the Clintons’ blood as recent e-mails show.
CNN Money Dylan Byers, one of POLITICO’s most prominent media reporters, is joining CNN, “Reliable Sources” host Brian Stelter reported for the network Wednesday. In his new job at CNN, Byers will write for the network’s politics and...Show More Summary
In a first for CBS, games played during the upcoming NFL regular season will be live-streamed. Variety reports that the network will live-stream two games: the Oct. 4 meeting between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins, and a showdown...
No straight answers, or admissions of guilt for that matter, from the State Department regarding how Hillary could have gotten an unsecured, private e-mail server approved.
Screen shot, ‘Good Morning America.’ Donald Trump’s ability to command press whenever he desire persists, with Wednesday’s “Good Morning America” serving as his latest free-media platform. Co-host George Stephanopoulos tried valiantly...Show More Summary
A new commercial from TBWA\Chiat\Day for Gatorade features tennis star Serena Williams as a young girl, when a reporter asked her what player she'd most like to emulate as an adult. After an emotional montage of highlights from her subsequent...Show More Summary
The Boston Globe on Tuesday appended a clarification to Dan Shaughnessy’s online column about fired Red Sox announcer Don Orsillo, explaining the extent to which his Monday piece was changed after it was first posted. Shaughnessy, as you no doubt recall, had reported that two Red Sox employees whom he did not name told him Fenway Park […]
In the almost 40-year history of the Poynter Institute, there have been few topics that generate as much debate among journalists as how to handle quotes. I love it when a dogmatic reporter argues, “I only use the exact words that aShow More Summary
Good morning. Why IS New York cleaner than San Francisco? It was newspaper column as clickbait and cultural anthropology: The San Francisco Chronicle's Debra Saunders wondered why two major cities, each with liberal sensibilities, smell so very, very different. Show More Summary