US press and publishing

Innovation New York Times To Launch Video-Only Site

Paper announces online initiatives and introduces video site.

Advertising How Jeff Bezos Is Going To Change The Washington Post

Speaking to staff for the first time on Tuesday the Amazon founder pledged that he wants to experiment.

Home News Corp Targets The Smartphone Publishing Market

The publishing divison is moving from print to web to mobile by creating content specifically for smartphone users.

Features A Look Back At The Life Of Roger Ebert

The film critic who revolutionized the way society thought about movies passed away yesterday at age 70.

Syndicated Michael Wolff: Why Paywalls Won't Solve Newspapers' Larger Issues

Not even the smartest metered model can make up for meagre digital ad revenues and a failure to recruit younger readers.

Luxury Anna Wintour Takes The Helm As Condé Nast's Artistic Director

Famous Vogue editor steps onto the first of its kind role at the American publishing mega brand.

Technology Is Tina Brown A Relic Of A Past Media Era?

Newsweek has gone off the cliff, but its editor remains. Can she keep up with a constantly changing industry?

Work Dan Gilmor: Andrew Sullivan Relaunches 'Daily Dish' Under Subscription Model

The popular blogger's has made the decision to quit the Daily Beast and make the Dish part free, part subscriber-paid.

Advertising Will Paywalls Finally Win Out In The US?

More and more American publications are charging for access to online content, even though users are resisting.

Retail What Does The Decline Of The Washington Post Mean?

One of the greatest US papers is now a shadow of its former self. More and more critics – including internet guru Clay Shirky – think it needs to change tack.

Syndicated Will U.S. Newspapers Survive The Latest Dip In Online Advertising?

Print ads still account for 35% of revenue for The New York Times Company, but legacy media can't catch a break as digital revenue growth slows for the fifth consecutive quarter.

Features Forbes Names Jennifer Lopez The 'World's Most Powerful Star'

The star made $52 million last year and has found fame again after signing on as a judge for American Idol.

Home Could Robot Journalism Kill The News Industry?

Director at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism worries how media titles are using algorithms to select their stories.

Technology What Does The Huffington Post's Pulitzer Win Mean For Journalism?

To win journalism prize, online news sites no longer need to have a physical newspaper attached to entries.