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The Boston Globe is sending lunch to The Baltimore Sun today

2 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

On Tuesday, The Baltimore Sun’s Pete Sweigard tweeted about an act of kindness from the Boston Globe. Very kind gesture by the @BostonGlobe, which is sending lunch to @baltimoresun's newsroom today. Many thanks. #BostonStrong #LightForAll —...Show More Summary

Brit Hume Grudgingly Admits George W. Bush Is Toxic

I'm sure he didn't mean to do this, but Fox's Brit Hume basically admitted that George W. Bush is too toxic for is brother Jeb to be bringing on the campaign trail with him any time soon. During this Monday's America's Newsroom, Hume appeared to discuss George W. Show More Summary

Fox Blunders with Decision to Mix Shep Smith and Opinion of The Five

14 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Fox News has two very different programming entities: Straight news coverage via programs such as America's Newsroom, Happening Now, and Shepard Smith Reporting; and opinion offerings such as The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity, Outnumbered and The Five.

2014-15 series finales ranked, from 'Parks and Rec' to 'The Newsroom'

The 2014-15 television season has seen a plethora of long-running, beloved shows go off the air. So, how did the various series finales stack up? Zap2it has examined the 12 that meet the criteria and is prepared to slot "Mad Men" in three weeks' time (spoiler alert -- it will probably be high on the list). Show More Summary

Despite downturn, journalists still prefer to not use press releases

Stock Image by Deposit Photo As American newsrooms have shrunk, reporters are increasingly shills for the dubious declarations of public officials. Or, ah, is it all rather more complicated? Research by a Georgia Southern UniversityShow More Summary

Clarion Calls Out Against Immigrant Bashing

5 days agoEngland / London : Londonist

New play debates ethics in the newsroom. But fun.

Bomb threat forces U. of Missouri journalists out of their newsroom on production night

Staffers at the University of Missouri’s independent student newspaper had to stop working on their Wednesday edition last night after someone phoned in a bomb threat to the Student Center, where the newsroom is located. “We were roughly two hours into our production night when the Student Center was evacuated,” says Katie Pohlman, editor-in-chief of … Read More

Jimmi Simpson Joins ‘Hap & Leonard’

Jimmi Simpson (House of Cards, The Newsroom) has been cast as a regular the Sundance's straight-to-series drama Hap And Leonard. There is no official word yet on Christina Hendricks, who has been in talks for awhile about joining the...Show More Summary

South Bay paper revels in its first-ever Pulitzer Prize

When the big announcement came, no one in the newsroom believed the paper could actually win. There was no gathering planned, no food platters, no champagne.

Champagne in plastic cups and other Pulitzer celebrations

The Pulitzer Prizes are one of journalism’s most prestigious awards, an honor that any newsroom would be incredibly proud of. And how does one celebrate such a lofty success? With speeches, champagne and lots of hugging. Here’s how some of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners celebrated their wins: [View the story "2015 Pulitzer celebrations" on Storify] Read more

Rumors about Pulitzer winners have been scarce

As newsrooms prepare for today’s 3 p.m. YouTube livestream of the Pulitzer Prize revelations – identifying 2015’s top U.S. journalism awards in 14 categories – rumors about winners and finalists have seemed scarce. Unlike the Academy Awards and other major competitions, Pulitzer finalists officially are kept secret in advance. Show More Summary

Academic research: ‘Huge growth’ in fact checking by the media

As some wring their hands about a decline in newsroom resources and quality, there’s a “huge growth” in fact checking in the coverage of politics, according to a new academic study. Several thousand papers were delivered at the Midwest...Show More Summary

Handling Images From Sources Who Aren’t Journalists

A new study looks at how eight global newspapers publish photographs and videos from observers outside the newsroom

Tucker Carlson: Hillary Clinton Will Use Sexism As A Weapon To Win In 2016, Just Like Obama Used Racism

From the April 17 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: Previously: Daily Caller's Latest Brush With Sexism: Email Calls Spokesperson A "Self-Righteous Bitch," "LabiaFace" Tucker Carlson Laments Being Labeled A Misogynist Because Of "Some Mean Email To This Chick" MSNBC's Chris Hayes: "Odious" Emails Provide "A View Into The World Of Tucker Carlson"

8 Essential Elements of the Modern-Day Online Newsroom

How to make your press page a major business asset and a key driver of media opportunities

This Olivia Munn Picture Is Probably An X-Men Psylocke Costume Tease

Earlier this week, director Bryan Singer announced that The Newsroom actress Olivia Munn would be playing Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse. Now only days later, the actress has posted this tease of the look her character might be rocking in the 2016 blockbuster. Show More Summary

AP ENPS Open API Extends News Content Beyond Newsroom

The Associated Press has launched an open API for its popular AP ENPS service. More than 64,000 reporters and 900 newsrooms rely on AP ENPS for daily news generation, the company says. Prior to the open API release, integration with ENPS required MOS-based communication.

Chris Messina heads for Venice

His acting career is percolating nicely - featured role on a hit sitcom, parts in Oscar-winning films such as Argo and respected series such as The Newsroom - but Chris Messina couldn't pass up the opportunity to direct a film of his own. "It's something I always wanted to do," Messina, 40, says in telephone interview. Show More Summary


So I was on America’s Newsroom earlier in the hour, with the lovely and talented Martha MacCallum. We were talking about the media’s coverage of the Humanize Hillary Tour and I began with a bit of a rant about being a “strict constructionist” about Saturday morning cartoons. Show More Summary

The Dallas Morning News is building data (and sources) through its new Rolodex tool

Like many tools that end up in use in newsrooms, Rolodex — a new directory and discovery tool built at The Dallas Morning News — started out as a hobby project. Jon McClure, a news apps developer, was tinkering around with the Neo4j graphing tool in his spare time, exploring how to visualize networks of...

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