Roula Khalaf will become the first woman to edit the Financial Times in its 131-year history after Lionel Barber, Britain’s most senior ...
Mad Magazine has amused and outraged readers for nearly seventy years but now it is being pulled from newsstands, triggering testimonials from ...
Editors of four Kuwaiti dailies have announced their agreement to suspend production and circulation on Saturdays in reaction to what they called ...
Television remains the biggest source of news for Americans, with print losing further ground to digital services, a survey showed Monday. The Pew ...
The British newspaper group that owns The Guardian said Tuesday that its digital revenues had outstripped print for the first time.Guardian Media ...
The New York Daily News, the tabloid known for its provocative headlines, made its own news Monday by slashing half its editorial staff, in the latest ...
The New York Times says it will remove reporter Glenn Thrush from the White House beat but not fire him following an investigation into sexual ...
Wikipedia editors have voted to ban UK tabloid Daily Mail as a source for the online encyclopaedia in all but exceptional circumstances after deciding ...
Currently, the prestigious daily employs a team of 14 moderators who manually review some 11,000 comments each day
Le Monde said it would no longer publish photographs of killers to avoid giving them "posthumous glorification".
Official US Labor Department data showed the newspaper sector lost 271,800 jobs in the period from January 1990 to March 2016
A newspaper columnist who was briefly detained in Turkey and then banned from leaving the country during an investigation into tweets deemed insulting ...
Trinity Mirror had hoped The New Day would stand out from other British newspapers by being politically neutral
The daily paper, which is headquartered in Lebanon’s capital of Beirut, employs 140 members as part of the team
Newspapers in Lebanon are taking a tumble one after another as a result of the political, economic and financial turmoil plaguing the country
The book, "Strong Looks Better Naked," is a self-help manual that chronicles her weight loss
The co-CEO of Mediaquest Corp believes his business can survive the possible impending death of print, in an increasingly digital age
The session was kicked off with panellists agreeing that “print is not going to die,” it will simply evolve
One journalist showcased some 50,000 news articles he has accumulated over the years on the history of the old parts of Saudi Arabia
The daily was accused of a “reckless move” in revealing the street on which Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson lives
Reformist newspaper Ebtekar supported the talks Saturday, saying the need to bargain hard has led to the brinkmanship in Vienna
The company did not specify which departments would be affected by the job cuts
In the article, entitled “Booty,” the magazine described a cultural history of women’s backsides.
Some newspapers, including the Guardian and the Financial Times, have declined to sign up
The independent al-Watan and Alam al-Youm were ordered to close for five days
Chief executive Robert Thomson hits out at the ‘morbid mindset’ of those who say print is dead
Author Ross Dawson to revise date Saudi Arabia and UAE papers are forecast to die out, amid rapid growth in social media
The new magazine will seek to position itself as a high-end product particularly with higher quality paper and printing
The New York Times Co. said Thursday core earnings in the past quarter were lifted by gains in online subscriptions
In this day and age, digitization is continuously reshaping the media, with a dramatic impact on newsprint publishing
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