Let me clarify this headline: “Aaron Rogers’s family” specifically refers to everyone but Aaron Rogers, because Aaron Rogers is apparently fine, and that is probably because he chose former star of The Newsroom Olivia Munn “over his family,” who really seem like a handful. Read more...
No, this isn’t fake news; The Washington Post is in search of a few good journalists. Reports late last year indicated the outlet would be expanding its newsroom by filling several dozen new positions. The staffing additions come on the heels of The Washington Post’s banner year. Show More Summary
Forbes Media seeks aSeniorProducer, Opinionto be an active participant in our expanding newsroom for the era of social media.ThisSenior Producerwill work directly with editors, reporters, data analysts, social media editors and others to produce and package daily and feature content for our domestic audience of 35 million and another 10 [...]
Since Donald Trump’s election, there has been a renewed fervor behind conversations of journalistic objectivity in newsrooms. The president-elect has declared war on the free press and used political reporters as piñatas; it’s hard to imagine how a journalist might approach such issues with a bland neutrality.
In a blog post in its online newsroom, Uber the global ride sharing juggernaut announced that it’s now in Trinidad and Tobago, their first entry point into the Caribbean. ” Starting today January 16th at 11:00 am, Uber arrives to Port of Spain & San Fernando. We are proud to serve a community that prides itself...
The New York Times on Tuesday released its 2020 report, outlining a vision for how its newsroom can help build a sustainable news business into the next decade. The report emphasizes the need to provide value for subscribers, introduce more visual forms of journalism, and change workflows to better suit today’s news ecosystem. You can...
The New York Times said Tuesday it will be cutting its newsroom budget this year, but also investing $5 million for covering the Trump administration as part of a strategic reorganization.
Among the broad recommendations of an internal report are increasing training and hiring for digital roles and reducing the layers of editing.
Martha MacCallu signed off as co-host of Fox News Channel’s America’s Newsroom this morning, with a President Nixon exit reference, as she heads to the network’s 7 PM timeslot to host a pop-up program, The First 100 Days. MacCallum is...Show More Summary
by Heidi Groover Some senior staffers have taken buyouts while young employees are likely to face layoffs in coming weeks. The Stranger In a combination of buyouts, layoffs, and voluntary departures, 23 people will soon leave the Seattle...Show More Summary
by Heidi Groover The Seattle Times before "short, trendy posts" were a thing. Seattle Municipal Archives As Seattle Times reporters continue to await news on exactly how many of their colleagues will take buyouts or be laid off, they've...Show More Summary
Longtime Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum, who currently serves as a co-host of America's Newsroom, will host a new show in the 7 pm ET hour. The...
What do you wish you knew on your first day stepping into a new newsroom? What guidelines do you wish you had left for your successors at your old newsroom? Many newsrooms don’t have any formal systems in place for passing on the ins-and-outs of a big project to newcomers, mostly because, well, journalists are...
(International Maritime Organization Newsroom) – With more and more ships navigating in polar waters, IMO has moved to address international concern about the protection of the polar environment and the safety of seafarers and passengers...Show More Summary
The new year demands extraordinary newsroom management skills and strategies as an unorthodox, media-bashing president takes office. The Trump administration will challenge norms of engagement with both the public and the press, andShow More Summary
Only evil will survive… In the tradition of The Evil Dead, and starring The Newsroom’s Margaret Judson and Teen Wolf’s Michael Johnston, writer/director Alexander Babaev‘s Bornless Ones comes to theaters and VOD February 10.. Having just moved to a remote home near an institution to better care for her brother Zach, Emily invites a few friends over to help her unpack. They […]
Donald Trump's election has been a godsend to big newspapers. After years of budget cuts and layoffs, subscriptions are on the rise. This week, The Washington Post announced it will hire over 60 journalists in 2017 to expand its ability to cover events in the Trump era.
Unlike the many media companies that are laying off journalists and downsizing doing into 2017, The Washington Post will be adding reporters to its newsroom; in particular, it will step up its investigative coverage.
Appearing as a panel member on Wednesday's CNN Newsroom, Jason Johnson of The Root ridiculously claimed that the United States "gives the vast majority of its foreign aid to Israel" during a discussion before Secretary of State John Kerry's speech on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Show More Summary
The Washington Post, purchased three years ago by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, will turn a profit in 2016 and expand its newsroom, defying the downward trend in the newspaper industry.