We may be devoted to reading tabloids, but even serious newspapers aren't talking about this critical environmental issue.
GoDaddy is reportedly ditching their sexist advertising with the new hiring of Deutsch New York as the creative agency. But comments from executives leave a lot to be desired.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune is doing a disservice to the journalism community and New Orleans by cutting its publication schedule to three times a week.
Warren Buffett's company, Berkshire Hathaway, purchased 63 papers, but the transaction won't save newspapers from experiencing financial blight because the journalism business model is flawed.
Retractions in science have increased ten-fold over the last decade. It's time for editors to step it up.
As much as it has been a powerful tool for the rapid spread of information, Twitter is not journalism and does not deserve to win a Pulitzer Prize.
Depending on what you write, where you write it and how many people read it – you may already be a journalist.
The incident is reminiscent of the 2010 unjust firing of government official Shirley Sherrod by the Obama Administration after misleading video by the late conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart.