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.
The Communist Party of Vietnam has vowed to target any blogs and websites that are "anti-party" or "anti-state," but government critics have responded with defiance.
The U.S. government went into a full-throated propaganda offensive Tuesday in an effort to show that the highly controversial 2008 bailouts of American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) were profitable.
Mitt Romney's campaign told a Denver TV reporter in advance she could ask him no questions about Todd Akin or abortion, she said Thursday.
Newly-released documents confirm criticisms of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s road to enduring riches. What emerges is a system that exploits several weaknesses in tax laws regarding overseas investments, as well as backdoor methods of swapping assets behind the government’s back. How politically damning any of this may be remains to be seen. But in the case of the Bain files, we know being “Romney Rich” isn’t simple. But it’s a lot more profitable than working a 9-to-5 with a...
In a presidential campaign marked by an unprecedented level of negativity, journalists have not been immune -- and they've turned their acrimony equally on President Obama and Mitt Romney.
“2016: Obama’s America,” opens for wide release on Friday, just in time for the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. Much to the delight of the right-wing pundits who have been heavily promoting it over the last month, the film has sold more advance tickets than any other movie on Fandango.
The Apple stock (AAPL) has emerged a market favorite ahead of the September 12 event, cited to be the probable launch date for next-generation iPhone, iPhone 5 and iPad Mini. Witnessing a huge rally for the last few days, the stock closed August 20 at an all-time high of $665.15 resulting in a market capitalization value of $665.15 billion.
According to the New York Observer, three more writers have been cut from the Village Voice's already-skeletal staff, while one full-time editor was reduced to part-time status.
Glenn Beck May Revive 'Jefferson Lies' After The Book Is Pulled By Publisher For Inaccuracies; Is Publishing Broken?
In a phone interview with the International Business Times, the evangelical author David Barton said he was approached by four publishers, among them conservative talk-show host Glenn Beck's imprint, to distribute "The Jefferson Lies" after publisher Thomas Nelson halted shipments because of claims that it contains numerous mistakes. This incident raises again the question of why publishers are unable or unwilling to ensure the accuracy of the books they print.
Kathi Goertzen, Seattle KOMO Anchorwoman, Dies At 54: 'Consummate Journalist' Loses Brain Tumor Battle
Seattle is mourning the death of local TV anchorwoman Kathi Goertzen, who died Monday from brain tumors she's been battling for 14 years. She was 54.
The New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT), publisher of the third-largest U.S. newspaper by circulation, named outgoing BBC director-general Mark Thompson its new CEO on Wednesday, bringing in a broadcast journalism veteran as the company expands its video content.
Malaysian netizens, opposition politicians, well-known bloggers and non-governmental organizations staged an Internet blackout on Tuesday to protest and raise awareness about legislation that could threaten free expression on the Web.
Helen Gurley Brown, Cosmopolitan Magazine's legendary editor for over three decades, died this morning at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center at the age of 90, according to a release by Hearst Corporation, which owns the women's magazine she helped revolutionize.
Helen Gurley Brown, the legendary editor of Cosmopolitan magazine who helped usher in the sexual revolution, died on Monday at the age of 90.
Fareed Zakaria, Time Columnist And CNN Host, Admits To Plagiarism: Twitter Reacts To His Suspension And Apology
Fareed Zakaria, a columnist for Time magazine and a CNN host, has apologized to Jill Lepore for plagiarizing her work in the New Yorker. Some sections of Zakaria's column called "The Case for Gun Control" were closely tied to a lengthier article on guns written by historian Jill Lepore in April.
The 2012 Editors Poll, released on Friday, solicited data from editors at newspapers, magazines, trade publications and websites. It showed that 61 percent of the editors polled do not believe their publication will increase freelance pay rates in the next 12 months, compared to only 8 percent who thought that an increase is likely.
Online forum Reddit is home to all kind of users, and all of those users are seeking to find another new home on Reddit Island. The community based around the front page of the internet plans to make an island home for themselves, but the Reddit community might not make the best society.
Impossible Studios, owned by Epic Games, is ready for business, Kotaku reports. The new company, located in Hunt Valley, Md., will be home to the team working on "Infinity Blade: Dungeons" under the direction of studio head Sean Dunn.
In a move that can be apparently dubbed as a political soap to boost the sliding popularity of his Congress party in the 2014 general elections, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to launch a scheme to provide free mobile connection to six million poor families in the country.
Elizabeth Spiers, the editor of the New York Observer, is leaving the newspaper at the end of August after expanding its digital offerings in the past 18 months, diversifying its revenue stream in a challenging advertising environment.
Facebook launched a new and improved version of the company Facebook Stories section on Thursday. Featuring both original and curated editorial and artistic content, the company says that the new site is intended to be "a place where we could celebrate great stories."
Vidal?s life was so extraordinary that its scope and magnitude beggars belief.
Jonah Lehrer, the now former New Yorker writer and best-selling author, was caught making up Bob Dylan quotes in his book "Imagine" by Michael Moynihan in Tablet magazine. Lehrer's rise and fall also matches that of Stephen Glass, a writer who invented sources and plagiarized material nearly a decade earlier at the New Republic.
In a statement on Sunday, Buzzmedia, the digital-media company that purchased Spin earlier this month, said the bi-monthly magazine "will change" after the September/October issue. The company will not publish a November/December issue as originally planned, and it is not clear when production will resume.