The Marion County Record now has all of the devices police seized in a raid. Local newspapers report that the judge who signed the search warrant had two drunken driving arrests within a year.
The L.A. Times is the latest in a string of media outlets to cut staff, citing economic headwinds. Leaders say 74 journalists will lose their jobs.
Journalists at 24 Gannett newspapers decimated by financial cuts are protesting the failure of contract negotiations to resolve what they say is low pay and increasingly stressful working conditions.
A researcher collected century-old newspaper clippings with predictions in fields ranging from public health to beauty to transportation. Some have proven more accurate than others.
The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and Mobile's Press-Register will soon go all-digital. In Birmingham, where people have been reading the paper since the late 1800s, the news hasn't been easy.
As the world transitions from an analog economy to a digital economy, the newspaper industry, like many industries, face economic challenges.
The independent paper published the faces of the victims on Sunday in a powerful homage to the 21 lives lost.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The 2020 census revealed Georgia’s non-white population is growing rapidly. Now, three news organizations catering to the needs of Georgia’s minority audiences have formed the Ethnic Media Collaboration, designed to bring insightful news and information to communities of color.
NPR's Scott Simon laments newspaper paywalls and wishes there was an easier, cost-effective way to read a lot of newspapers online without needing so many subscriptions.
Hedge fund Alden Global Capital, known for making deep newsroom cuts, won approval to acquire Tribune Publishing, which includes the Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun and New York Daily News.
The three-year deal came weeks after Facebook briefly blocked Australian news outlets' content on its platform to protest a change in the country's media law requiring the company to pay for it.
Torstar is "looking at diversifying the revenue model of how we fund and pay for reporters, columnists, and editorial staff," said a gaming consultant hired by the company.
What does an editor do when the newspaper is going to print and the presidential winner is still undetermined? You reflect the nation's anxiety.
In closing five of its newsrooms permanently, Tribune Publishing said it saw "no clear path forward in terms of returning to work." But affected unions argued the closures were unnecessary.
Georgia newspapers spanning the years from the end of the colonial period to the start of the Civil War have been made publicly available via the internet.