Gabriel Garcia Marquez Left Behind Unpublished Manuscript Titled 'We'll See Each Other in August;' Family Yet To Confirm If Book Will Be Published
This year's Havana Film Festival will be dedicated to the late Nobel Prize-winning author, state news agency Prensa Latina announced.
Edward Snowden Calls Guardian Pulitzer Prize A "Vindication" And Says The Guardian "Has Given Us A Better Future"
Read Snowden's full statement on the Guardian-Washington Post prize.
The Pulitzer Prize Board says lack of a winner shouldn’t reflect negatively on the nominees.
It's no secret that news and social media go together like peanut butter and jelly. Here are the figures.
Conflict, controversy and biased “outside” media coverage drew two brothers back to their native land to create an alternative voice from the ground up.
Book Reviews Are A Boys' Club: VIDA Count Finds Women Still A Rare Sight On Pages Of Major Literary Magazines
An annual tally of the men and women who write book reviews or are reviewed by major publications finds lingering disparities.
Women In News Media: Gender Diversity Stagnant In Newsrooms, Horrendous In Sports Journalism, Says New Report
A new report from the Women’s Media Center paints a largely static picture of gender diversity in American newsrooms.
Three nations are holding more journalists in jail than the rest of the world combined.
Plagiarism! Sensationalism! Scandal! IBTimes compiles the biggest news blunders of the year.
George Rush and Joanna Molloy share their juiciest secrets from their time as gossip columnists.
A lack of printing paper has lead to the shutting down of several Venezuelan Newspapers.
Peter Sterne, a senior at Columbia College, is documenting who pays interns in the media industry.
Arthur Sulzberger Jr.'s sale of company stock churned the rumor mill following the sale of the Boston Globe and Washington Post.
Paxman himself conceded that his hirsute appearance is highly unusual for BBC television.
Can listicles function as a legitimate journalistic form? A tweet from friends forced me to reconsider the issue.
The BBC and CNN are the targets of some Turkish officials' ire.
CBS News has confirmed that reporter Sharyl Attkisson has been the victim of a computer hacker. The intruder accessed both her work and home computers.
An explosion tore through a Geismar, La., chemical plant Thurs. Ambulances have transported 30 people. The fire has been contained.
The internet, the ongoing economic crisis and distribution problems are damaging Italy's newspaper industry.
Woman Killed At Costco: Employee Mhai Scott Shot And Killed By Sheriff’s Deputy After Charging Towards Official With Knife [VIDEO]
A Loudoun County sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a woman who came at him with a knife at a busy Costco in Sterling on Wednesday afternoon.
Beyoncé Photo Bombshell: Publicist Who Banned Photojournalists From 2013 World Tour Stays Mum Amid Complaint From NPPA
On behalf of 18 news organizations, the National Press Photographers Association sent a letter to Beyoncé’s publicist asking that a ban on photojournalists be immediately lifted.
The Committee to Protect Journalists found that military and intelligence officials were linked to the killings.
An journalist group in Korea announced a list of top Korean businessmen suspected of setting up evading taxes.
The real interesting question is the last one: Does the power actually lie in Twitter’s hands? I don't think so, and the fact that it doesn't is what makes it not a media company.
Media Matters, Liberal Nonprofit Watchdog, Draws Bipartisan Criticism For Defending Department of Justice AP Record Seizure
Media Matters is coming under fire for a talking-points bulletin that seemed to defend the Justice Department's seizure of AP phone records.
Eric Holder Scolded On AP Phone Scandal: 'We Don't Know Where The Buck Stops,' James Sensenbrenner Says At Congressional Hearing
The attorney general said he recused himself from the case, but he still took heat over the AP phone records scandal.
The Daily News, New York Post and Village Voice all experienced bad news this week, including buyouts, layoffs and an editorial exodus.
On Tuesday, the Associated Press released an update to its social media guidelines. Obviously a response to the Boston Marathon bombing, the updates were intended to focus mostly on the news gathering and dissemination process around breaking news events -- called “sensitive situations.” And they did a decent job.This is my favorite part:If some of this advice doesn’t sound very concrete, there’s a good reason -- a lot of these decisions need to be made on a case-by-case basis, and they require you to call on your journalistic instincts.
Rachel Maddow Blasts PolitiFact Over Gay-Rights Ruling, And Twitter Joins In: How Pointless Is Fact Checking?
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow castigated the fact-checking organization PolitiFact, after it found a statement regarding gay rights to be "half-true."
White House Correspondents' Dinner 2013: Photos Of The Guests At Annual Celeb-Filled Party [PICTURES]
Photos of the red carpet arrivals and more pictures from the 2013 White House Correspondents' Dinner.