The "House of Cards" and "Newsroom" alum also will guest star in USA Network's Matt Nix pilot "Complications." read more
This morning ABC News President Ben Sherwood sent the following note to the news division announcing that ESPN’s SportsCenter content is now available on ABCNews.com: Earlier this year we gathered in the newsroom to discuss our 2013 priorities for the news division. One of our goals is...
The newsroom at Channel 11 was told this afternoon that co-anchor Carlos Amezcua's last day was Friday. The word is that he's leaving to focus on his outside media company.
"The Newsroom" alum Salli Richardson-Whitfield will recur as a guest star on the conspiracy thriller from "Children of Men's" Timothy J. Sexton. read more
Facebook released an FYI on their Newsroom today indicating their intention helping users find more relevant news to talk about in the News Feed. The article states: The goal of News Feed is to show the right content to the right people...Show More Summary
"'Good prose is like a windowpane,' wrote George Orwell in his famous essay 'Why I Write,' a rule that would seem to counsel against ever stopping a reader with an unfamiliar word. It’s good advice for beginners, but serious readers are also lovers of language. Show More Summary
CNN's Jeanne Moos is known for pun-filled segments that take a look at the lighter side of the news, and her latest drew an interesting reaction from CNN Newsroom anchor Carol Costello. Moos was doing a light segment on the annual tradition...Show More Summary
Rough Trade NYC will host concerts, sell records, serve lattes, and have an "interactive digital lounge." Rough Trade, a legendary London-based record store, has managed to survive the collapse of the recording industry with street cred...Show More Summary
DETROIT, MI -- Among the old metro dailies, that battered flagship of American journalism, the most celebrated investigative newsroom in the country probably belongs to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Actually, check that--the Journal Sentinel has one of the most acclaimed watchdog teams in the country, period. Show More Summary
Employees at the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, the other major paper included in the recent John Henry-New York Times deal, grumbled when their new owner quickly visited the Globe newsroom but failed to simultaneously greet, meet them. Show More Summary
On Monday, USA Today became the latest news organization refusing to use official White House photos to protest restrictions of press access. USA Today’s Deputy Director of Multimedia, Andrew Scott, explained the paper’s decision in a memo to the staff: All, We do not publish, either in print or online, handout photos originating from the White House […]
From the November 26 edition of CNN's CNN Newsroom: Previously: REPORT: Lara Logan Taking Leave Of Absence From 60 Minutes A Comprehensive List Of The Problems With 60 Minutes' Benghazi Segment Is There A Bigger Problem At CBS News? From "Proud" To Pulled: A Timeline Of 60 Minutes' Benghazi Trainwreck
It has become accepted wisdom in future-of-news debates that the church-state divide between the newsroom and the business side was something of an archaism, one more legacy that legacy news had to shed. The current thinking is that reporters have to at least be aware of how their paychecks are earned, and it's hard to argue with this narrow point,...
Washington Post researcher Julie Tate is among the winners of this year’s Eugene Meyer Awards at the Washington Post, Post Publisher Katharine Weymouth tells staffers in an email. Tate “began her career at The Post occupying a seat in the … Read more
Mercenary Links Nov 25th: Gushing home equity spigots... inside a Twitter robot factory... blood in the newsrooms... Wal-Mart's new CEO, replacing the egg, and more.
Bloomberg faces newsroom layoffs, a shift in emphasis back to financial news and skepticism from the business side that investigative journalism might not be worth the potential problems it could create for terminal sales.
From the November 25 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: Previously: WMD Guilt? With Obamacare, The Press Keeps Trying To Minimize Iraq War Why People Should Stop Referring To HealthCare.gov Problems As "Obama's Katrina"
Over the past week, a list of travel warnings about several U.S. cities on the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs website made its way through newsrooms across the country. The page gave detailed crime warnings about entire streets, neighborhoods, and...
A Westerville, OH, woman involved in a standoff with an area SWAT team called the newsroom of WSYX to plead her case. The Columbus, OH, ABC station said Katelyn Allen spoke to senior producer Mark Schultz on the phone for about ten minutes around 8:00 p.m. During the station’s report on its 11:00 p.m. Show More Summary