This year’s Pulitzer Prizes underscore the value of local reporting at a time when many papers and newsrooms have been closed or downsized. According to a recent estimate, more than 35,000 news media employees have experienced job or income loss…
Over the last 15 years, local newspapers across the U.S. have lost more than $35 billion in advertising revenue and half of their staffs, while at least 2,000 news outlets have shuttered during that time, according to a new study…
By PBS NewsHour
The White House is preparing to instruct federal agencies not to renew their subscriptions to the two newspapers.
By Associated Press
Two of the country's largest newspaper companies have agreed to combine in the latest media deal driven by the industry's struggles with a decline of printed editions.
By Tali Arbel, Associated Press
By Gretchen Frazee
Why are billionaire entrepreneurs spending their money purchasing newspapers and magazines that appear to be losing money? A mix of philanthropy, ego and ambition.
Faces of the five victims led the front page of the Capital Gazette, a day after mayhem broke out in the Maryland newspaper's offices. The accused gunman has a long-held grudge against the paper after a 2011 column about his…
In a blistering editorial, journalists at the Denver Post sounded the alarm about years of devastating job cuts and took the newspaper’s own hedge fund owners to task, begging to be sold. Amna Nawaz speaks to Chuck Plunkett, editorial page…
By Michael D. Regan
Turkish residents took to the streets of Istanbul Saturday to protest the government takeover of the country's most widely circulated newspaper, Zaman, which is owned by a U.S. cleric critical of Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
By PBS NewsHour
A number of big name media companies have shed their print divisions in recent days. Publishers including Gannett and the Tribune Company are moving away from the multi-platform model to isolate print ventures from digital and broadcast media. Judy Woodruff…
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