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One Man’s Rwanda

Philip Gourevitch softens some hard truths

here had been ethnic massacres in Rwanda before, but nothing on the scale of the genocide that began in... More

Welcome to Tribune Company

Key advice for the next chief executive

ear Sir or Madam: Your most important responsibility before you settle in as CEO is to make certain everyone knows... More

Live From Chicago, It’s the Tribune Company!

Putting its talent on stage to reconnect with a local audience

n a sunny afternoon in October, Tom Skilling, the popular meteorologist on Tribune Company’s WGN-TV, was in a stairwell of... More

A Television Deal for the Digital Age

How to worry about the Comcast-NBC Universal merger

Update: Two days before Christmas, Julius Genachowski, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, recommended approval of the Comcast-NBC Universal... More

The Record Keeper

Carol Rosenberg owns the Guantánamo beat

2:55: First prisoner comes off. He is wearing a fluorescent orange jump suit, a shiny turquoise facemask, goggles, similar colored... More

AOL and Its Algorithm

The company is hiring hundreds of journalists. What will they produce?

re you a passionate and entrepreneurial online journalist? Want to be part of a dynamic and innovative team of journalists,... More

China’s Chess Match

How the web has empowered the people

arly in 2003, like millions of other migrants of his generation, Sun Zhigang, a young graphic designer, left central China,... More

In Demand

A week inside the future of journalism

spent eight years at The Miami Herald, mainly writing features, and when the paper laid me off in 2009,... More

What Is Russia Today?

The Kremlin’s propaganda outlet has an identity crisis

n Election Day 2008, two African-American men in black fatigues and berets stood outside a polling station in a predominantly... More

See It Now!

Video journalism is dying. Long live video journalism.

s the video begins, no announcer welcomes you, no headline scrolls across the computer screen. There is no need for... More

A Rocket’s Trajectory

Marcus Brauchli at The Washington Post

or more than thirty years, Keith Richburg has been a classy and distinguished presence at The Washington Post. Richburg served... More

The Rise of Private News

A niche model can make a lot of money. What are the costs?

nyone who has spent time in a newsroom lately is familiar with the conversation—generally conducted in the “hushed tone you... More

Justice for John Conroy

John Conroy spent years exposing police torture in Chicago. Now the alleged leader is on trial, and the reporter is laid off.

f life were fair and the gods of journalism just, I would be able to report to you that... More

After the Storm

What happens to the journalists who get pushed out of their newsrooms?

As of early June, Paper Cuts, a blog that keeps track of announced buyouts and layoffs at newspapers, counted a... More

Lone Star Trailblazer

Will the Texas Tribune transform Texas journalism?

Click here to watch an interview with Texas Tribune chairman John Thornton and editor Evan Smith. week after the March... More

Why The New Yorker’s radical feminism and transgenderism piece was one-sided - “This effectively advances the views of a group that wants to see the genocide of trans women, a group that, data shows, faces extraordinarily high rates of discrimination in every measurable way”

Journalism groups rally around a petition supporting James Risen - The Supreme Court ruled against the NYT reporter, who is refusing to reveal sources

Why one editor won’t run any more op-eds by the Heritage Foundation’s top economist - A reply to Paul Krugman on state taxes and job growth made some incorrect claims

Gannett’s changes bring excitement, some pain, and a full-time beer beat - A conversation with Joshua Awtry, the chain’s top editor in the Carolinas

Build the future - Journalism’s deathwatch is over


Tour guide wars at a Paris cemetery (WSJ)

“Because dead men tell no tales, visitors to Père Lachaise cemetery lend their ears to Bertrand Beyern”

Last call (Medium)

“The death of newspapers is sad, but the threatened loss of journalistic talent is catastrophic. If that’s you, it’s time to learn something outside the production routine of your current job.”

Maureen Dowd on James Risen (NYT)

“Risen may be trapped in Ibsen, but Obama is channeling Orwell”

Preparing yourself to cover chaos (Medium)

“There are things you should know before you show up, and you’re not going to find them in the current news cycle”

Bloggingheads

Greg Marx discusses democracy and news with Tom Rosenstiel of the American Press Institute

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The Business of Digital Journalism

A report from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

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