Journalists were already rattled by the Department of Justice’s secret seizure of Associated Press phone records when Ann Marimow’s disturbing scoop in The Washington Post about the U.S. Department of Justice investigating Fox News reporter James Rosen hit this weekend. … Read more
At Columbia Business School Sunday, New York Times Co. President and CEO Mark Thompson spoke to new MBAs about “conventional wisdom and all the apparently excellent advice that flows from it.”
Take my industry. The movies are finished. … Read more
• YAHOO WILL BUY TUMBLR “Per the agreement and our promise not to screw it up, Tumblr will be independently operated as a separate business,” a Yahoo announcement this morning says. The acquisition cost Yahoo $1.1 billion, “substantially … Read more
The Center for Investigative Reporting
Content from California Watch and The Bay Citizen will be published under the Center for Investigative Reporting brand beginning May 29, CIR’s executive director Robert J. Rosenthal announced Monday.
Initially, the different brands separated our… Read more
New York Times’ site “was subjected to denial of service attacks” this week… Read more
The Washington Post Co. announced Wednesday it would stop publishing the Frederick County, Md., editions of its Gazette newspapers. Post-Newsweek Media CEO Karen Acton said the move “became necessary due to changes in the … Read more
The White House Wednesday released 100 pages of emails between government stakeholders arguing, what, exactly they should say in talking points about the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on a temporary diplomatic office in Benghazi, Libya. That’s a lot of for … Read more
The Associated Press held its story about a foiled underwear bombing for five days, Carol D. Leonnig and Julie Tate report in The Washington Post. But on Monday, May 7, “CIA officials reported that the national security concerns were ‘no … Read more
Deseret News Service, which has focused a good share of its content on faith and family values issues, now is expanding that effort by syndicating the material to other publishers.
The first such deal, announced this morning, is with GateHouse … Read more