New York Times Vs BuzzFeed: Competing Models For Breaking News In The Era Of Twitter, Reddit, And Mob-Sourced Journalism
Amid debates over the broken state of breaking news, the New York Times Company announced enhanced paywall options for important stories while BuzzFeed hires its first news director.
How the Sunil Tripathi story got disseminated is more a lesson about the use of social media than it is about the use of police scanners.
Reuters Fires Social Media Editor Matthew Keys Over Boston Marathon Bombing Coverage; Keys Also Charged In Anonymous Hack
Matthew Keys, the Reuters journalist who was indicted last month for conspiring with Anonymous to hack into the Los Angeles Time’s website, has been fired from his position as Reuters’ social media editor.
Goodbye, Illegal Immigrant: Controversial Term Deleted From AP Stylebook, As New York Times ‘Reconsiders It’
The Associated Press has removed the term "illegal immigrant" from its AP Stylebook. The New York Times, meanwhile, is "reconsidering" the term.
President and Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post is being accused of trashing her rented Chelsea loft.
We've gotten used to the idea that web content should always be free, but at what cost?
The Washington Post is the latest major newspaper to adopt a digital paywall, as more and more outlets are looking for alternatives to advertising revenue.
Sen. Robert Menendez Denies Prostitution Allegations As The Daily Caller, Washington Post Feud Over Report
Sen. Robert Menendez continued Tuesday to deny allegations that he hired a Dominican prostitute and pointed the finger at the press.
Legendary Washington Postman Bob Woodward got into a tussle with the White House after he challenged its handling of the sequester.
The New York Times has struck a new deal with Starbucks to offer coffee drinkers limited access to the paper's stories.
Jonah Lehrer, the disgraced science writer, was reportedly paid $20,000 to speak at a Knight Foundation seminar.
Several LA Times subscribers had their homes burglarized over a period of three years after a contract employee acquired its lists of vacation delivery holds.
Gawker Media is restructuring its business development team to focus on e-commerce as a growing method of monetization, a memo leaked Thursday from founder Nick Denton said.
Prosecutors In Bradley Manning Case Say Documents Released By WikiLeaks Were Read By Osama Bin Laden
In a pretrial hearing on Wednesday, military prosecutors said they plan to use new evidence against Pfc. Bradley Manning, claiming that the information he allegedly sent to WikiLeaks was at one point seen by Osama bin Laden.
Few newspapers have sections dedicated to science now, even as science journalism is becoming more valuable than ever.
While magazines and newspapers may be closing their doors, there is still more to journalism than link-bait headlines.
The Society of Professional Journalists' ethics committee was deluged with complaints this year about biased reporting. Do journalism ethics still matter?
NBC reportedly has not been able to reach Engel and a Turkish producer in days.
A Forbes reporter had a Twitter argument today with Slate magazine's editor-in-chief, underscoring the contentiousness of the ongoing paywall debate.
Marc Andreessen, the co-founder of Netscape, told attendees at the New York Times DealBook Conference that the New York Times should end its print edition.
Falling ad revenues, subscription rates, increased online competition, have forced the Times to announce another round of buyouts.
The New York Times, the premier paper in the U.S., is facing falling ad revenues and subscriptions.
Diane Sawyer may have been accused of being drunk on air, but the veteran journalist doesn't seem concerned.
Hurricane Sandy, Social Media And The Role Of Citizen Journalism In Coverage Of The 'Frankenstorm' Discussed In IBTTalks Roundtable
For our second-ever IBTTalks discussion, the IBTimes Tech Team sat down to discuss Hurricane Sandy
Exasperated by the state of journalism, Clark Kent will be leaving The Daily Planet in the next issue of "Superman."
The 80-year-old Newsweek magazine is ending its print operations and switching over to an all-digital format to win back readers and ad dollars.
Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers show that the newspaper industry has lost 40 percent of its jobs since 2001.
Like the rock industry itself, Rolling Stone fell into a state of self-satisfied lethargy and irrelevance.
Church of Scientology Blasts Vanity Fair's Tom Cruise Expose As 'Shoddy Journalism' And 'Religious Bigotry' [Read Letter]
Jeffrey K. Riffer, a lawyer for the Church of Scientology, wrote an eight-page letter to Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter hoping to stop an expose of the church from ever being published.