'For people of color by people of color'
20th Century Fox has released a new The Post trailer. Steven Spielberg's latest film follows the country's first female newspaper publisher of The Washington Post, Kay Graham (Meryl Streep) and its hard-driving editor, Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) as
Time Inc. is readying another round of layoffs, sources said, with about 200 people expected to get the ax -- half of which will come from the editorial ranks.
New York Times Senior Home Page Editor, Des Shoe, Admits Company Culture of Blatant Bias at NYT is "widely understood to be liberal-leaning..."
Project Veritas' latest installment in the American Pravda series takes aim at The New York Times, the supposed "paper of record." In the first part of this series, Nicholas Dudich, Audience Strategy Editor for the Times' extensive video library spea
Update: The New York Times has just responded to the latest Project Veritas bombshell by dismissing the target of the undercover video, Nick Dudich, as a "recent hire" in a "junior position" who "misrepresented his role."
From a loft in San Francisco in 1967, a 21-year-old named Jann S. Wenner started a magazine that would become the counterculture bible for baby boomers.
Did you ever read an "article" on a "reputable news site" that was so much like an advertisement that you had to double-check you weren't reading a press release? Well guess what? You probably were! Today James goes over a couple of example
Pyongyang has sentenced four South Korean journalists to death for book reviews that insulted the North, state media said Thursday.
On Wednesday, the New York Times wrote about a Google-funded think tank terminating an entire team run by an anti-monopoly scholar who was critical of Google's practices.
Tronc Inc., the Chicago-based newspaper publisher, ousted the management of its flagship Los Angeles Times, naming media veteran Ross Levinsohn as publisher and launching a search for a new editor.
"The space age newspaper of psychedelics, science, human potential, irreverence and modern art"
In May of 1967, a former CIA officer named Tom Braden published a confession in the Saturday Evening Post under the headline, "I'm glad the CIA is 'immoral.'"
Look for the April issue on digital newsstands (online at ngm.com, on smartphones and tablet computers) now and on print newsstands March 28.
Uber is psychologically manipulating their drivers in order to exploit them. I know this because a New York Times article told me so. The article is titled, How Uber Uses Psychological Tricks to Push Its Drivers' Buttons, and starts, "The secreti
Comics studio's vice president of sales tells summit that some stores say people 'have had enough' of new female and ethnic minority characters
THE CHAIR OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE JUST FACT-SHAMED DONALD TRUMP … Janet Yellen reveals the president has no idea what he's talking about when it comes to Dodd-Frank. Yellen doesn't have time for this amateur-hour presidency. Vanity Fair
Yemen -- A top Yemeni investigative journalist who died under dubious circumstances -- while investigating corruption by oil companies -- was poisoned, an autopsy now reveals.
Leftist magazine The Village has come under heavy fire for lacing their cover with a picture of President Trump in crosshairs with the caption, "Why Not."
The Wall Street Journal is laying off employees at bureaus in Asia and Europe as the publisher cuts costs in the face of declining print advertising, a union representative said.
HB 2447 eliminates the long standing rip off known as the publication of legal notices when corporations or limited liability companies are formed in Arizona
Remember when The NYT reported that its ad hoc campaign to boost revenue by selling subscriptions in response to the vicious back and forth with Donald Trump, was said to be a smashing success?
In the latest example why the "mainstream media" is facing a historic crisis of confidence among its readership, facing unprecedented blowback following Craig Timberg November 24 Washington Post story "Russian propaganda effort helped spread 'fake
This is the 90th time we have named the person who had the greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year. So which is it this year: Better or worse? The challenge for Donald Trump is how profoundly the country disagrees about the