Lewis Katz, Co-owner of the ‘Philadelphia Inquirer’ Dies in Fiery Plane Crash

Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz and six others were killed in the fiery crash of a small business jet shortly after takeoff from an airfield...

All Cable News Channels Were Hit Hard in May Ratings

Make no mistake, Fox News is still the ratings king. But the recent May numbers show that while all the cable channels had a...

Michel Martin Reflects on her Time as Host of NPR’s “Tell Me More”

Since this is a day when we are mourning the loss of the consummate story teller Maya Angelou, I will start by telling you...

Dean Baquet Tells NPR he Played a Role In Jill Abramson’s Firing

New York Times editor Dean Baquet has spoken out at length for the first time about his role in the firing of his predecessor, Jill...

Magic Johnson’s ASPiRE Launches Talk Show ‘Exhale’

Magic Johnson’s ASPiRE Network launched “Exhale” talk show May 7, 2014 with five notable African-American female hosts that include Angela Burt-Murray, comedian Erin Jackson,...

Tamron Hall Returns to Investigation Discovery to Host “Deadline: Crime” for Hardcore Fans

Tamron Hall, co-host on NBC’s “Today” show and host of MSNBC’s “News Nation,” returns Sunday, June 1 to her third job as host of...

Dean Baquet’s Promotion Highlights A Troubling Diversity Problem In The News Business

The promotion of Dean Baquet to executive editor of the New York Times following Jill Abramson's ousting highlights more than just gender inequality in the newsroom. Baquet...

Stacey Dash Is Now a Regular Contributor on Fox News Channel

Stacey Dash’s willingness to speak out about her conservative views has paid off. The actress has joined Fox News Channel as a regular contributor, the network...

Soledad O’Brien Gives Advice to Journalists

'Stories, as we're taught in journalism school early on, are told through people'Significant news stories aren't necessarily guaranteed a space in the annals of...

Egyptian Journalists Self Censor Ahead Of Upcoming Presidential Election

During Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's autocratic rule, the state often shaped media coverage to make him appear flawless, hauling in editors who did not...

Time Inc. Moving Out Of Iconic Time-Life Building

The publisher of Time and People magazines says it is ditching its midtown Manhattan offices of 55 years to move downtown after it becomes...

Uh-Oh! NPR Cancels ‘Tell Me More’, Cuts 28 Positions

NPR announced Tuesday that it would cease broadcast of the weekday program Tell Me More on Aug. 1 and eliminate 28 positions as part of a...

New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Is Engaged

New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. has a lot going on these days. The New York Post reported Thursday that Sulzberger is engaged to his...

Washington Post Finds New Home for Company

The Washington Post is officially moving to a new home, the paper announced Friday. The paper's headquarters will be relocated to One Franklin Square in...

Brian Williams Lands First American TV Interview with Edward Snowden

NBC's Brian Williams has landed an exclusive interview with Edward Snowden, the network announced Thursday. Williams traveled to Moscow to speak with both Snowden and...

Fox News Network Anchor Gregg Jarrett, Who Got Arrested, Is Dealing with ‘Serious Personal...

Fox News Network anchor Gregg Jarrett, who was arrested in a bar at Minneapolis-St.Paul Airport, is dealing with "serious personal issues" and his return...

Spotify Hits 10 Million Subscribers

Spotify has reached the 10 million subscriber mark, an important milestone as it competes in the increasingly crowded streaming music market. The new number, which Spotify...

Fox News Anchor, Gregg Jarrett, Arrested at Minnesota Airport for Refusing to Cooperate with...

Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett was arrested at a Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport bar on Wednesday for refusing to cooperate with airport police who were...

What the Jill Abramson Firing says to Young Female Journalists

On May 14, 2014, The New York Times abruptly fired Executive Editor Jill Abramson, the first woman to ever hold the position. Within minutes, reports pointed to a variety...

Inmates’ Newspaper Covers a World Behind San Quentin’s Walls

It is not every newspaper editor who can point to a black-and-white surveillance photograph from a 1996 bank robbery and say that he was...