Gwen Ifill to Receive Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in Journalism

PBS Newshour co-anchor Gwen Ifill will receive the 2013 Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in Journalism Monday at the Newseum. The award will be presented during the 2014...

New York Times Editor Dean Baquet Undergoes Surgery For Cancer

Dean Baquet will be missing from the New York Times' office this week after having a malignant tumor removed from his kidney on Saturday. The new executive...

Reporters Pour Into Iraq To Cover Crisis

U.S. network correspondents have headed to Iraq to cover the growing violence as the militant group ISIS advances on Baghdad. "CBS Evening News" was the first...

Chelsea Clinton’s Big NBC Salary Draws Criticism

Chelsea Clinton's role as a special correspondent for NBC News may not have been one of journalism's biggest triumphs, but Clinton's paycheck was certainly something to envy,...

Katie Couric’s Talk Show Comes to a Close

Get ready to bid farewell to "Katie." TV Newser reported that Katie Couric taped the last episode of her daytime talk show on Thursday. The last...

Netflix Rolls Out Its New Logo on Desktop Interfaces

Netflix is starting to roll out its new logo, adding it along with another slight tweak to its desktop interface. SEE ALSO: 6 Great Alternatives to...

Heart & Soul Magazine Still Owes Thousands of Dollars to Writers

After a Year, Only Half of Promised Settlement Paid More than a year after the National Writers Union and representatives of Heart & Soul magazine agreed...

Former New York Times Editor Jill Abramson to Teach at Harvard

Former New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson is joining Harvard University as a visiting lecturer this coming school year, the university announced Thursday. Abramson...

Philadelphia Inquirer Deal Hits Another Bump

A cable TV magnate completed an $88 million deal Wednesday to take over Philadelphia's largest newspapers after a bitter court fight and the sudden...

Paula Deen Launching Digital Network

Celebrity cook Paula Deen is going digital. Paula Deen Ventures, a new company formed to help launch a comeback for Deen, on Wednesday announced plans for the creation...

Time Inc. to Make Deeper Staff Cuts

After multiple rounds of cuts, Time Inc. is apparently set to take the ax to its newly independent stable of magazines once more. The company...

This Is Jake Tapper and Anthony Bourdain and We Are CNN

How to fix CNN is one of those enduring media puzzles that just might, it sometime seems, nag forever at true news believers. Shouldn't...

Jet Magazine Releases Final Print Issue Today

Jet magazine, the digest-size publication that has been a staple among African-American readers for 63 years, will release its final print issue on June...

CNN Names David Chalian Named Its New Political Director

CNN producer David Chalian has been named Political Director for the network, Washington Bureau Chief Sam Feist announced today. The former ABC News political director joinedCNN last summer as “Crossfire”...

Four Men Indicted For Killing Serbian Journalist

Serbia's top state prosecutor charged four former state security officers on Friday over the 1999 killing of opposition newspaper publisher and journalist Slavko Curuvija...

OWN to Air Maya Angelou’s Memorial Service

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network will simulcast Dr. Maya Angelou’s private memorial service in celebration of her legacy being held at Wake Forest University in...

New York Times Editor Dean Baquet Admits That Missing Snowden Scoop Was ‘Painful’

New York Times editor Dean Baquet recently said that Edward Snowden's revelations last year have made him re-think national security reporting and the media's...

MSNBC Cancels ‘Disrupt with Karen Finney’

It was just days away from celebrating its one-year anniversary this weekend. TVNewser is reporting that MSNBC has decided to scrap Karen Finney’s 4 p.m....

Charles Payne Shifts From Contributor to Anchor at Fox Business News

When Charles Payne gets recognized on the street, he often gets told something along the lines of, “I love you on TV, but I’m not in...

Lara Logan Returns to CBS News After Suspension

Lara Logan has returned to work at CBS News, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. The news ends a suspension that began last fall after an...