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‘We Need Some Limits’: A Brief Q&A With Nick Denton
Nick Denton confronts Gawker's identity crisis.
AP Will Put Hours of Archival News Footage On YouTube
The historic trove of old news footage dates all the way back to 1895.
How to Rage-Quit Your Prestigious Media Job
So You Think You Can Bounce: Our guide to getting the best out of your very-public resignation.
Photos: The Running of the Supreme Court Interns
News assistants run frantically to deliver Supreme Court decisions to their TV anchors.
Brian Williams: Mistakes Were 'My Ego Getting the Better of Me'
The newsman admitted to wanting to "appear better" than he was.
Gun Range Ad in Charleston Paper With Shooting Report
The newspaper has apologized for the unfortunate timing.
NBC: Lester Holt Permanently Replaces Brian Williams as Nightly News Anchor
Brian Williams was suspended without pay in February for exaggerating his experiencse.
Rolling Stone, Wenner Media, Fire a Dozen Employees
The cuts include David Fricke, a longtime Rolling Stone music critic.
Report: Editorial Cartoonists Face Prison Time for Work
The Charlie Hebdo shooting highlighted the threats faced by editorial cartoonists, according to a new report.
The Pulitzer Prize Winner Who Walked Away From Journalism
Daily Breeze reporter Rob Kuznia was part of a team that won a Pulitzer. Too bad he left to pay his rent.
Pulitzer Winners Unveiled; Doerr Wins for ‘All the Light We Cannot See’
The 2015 winners in journalism, books, drama and music are announced.
The Reddit-ification of Breaking News Reporting
“The Thread” documentary asks how old and new media, Redditors and citizen journalists shaped the coverage of the bombings.
Confessions of a Vulture Journalist
Germanwings Flight 9525 was a grim reminder of how the media exploit tragedy.
'The New Yorker at 40': A 1965 Newsweek Report
Celebrate The New Yorker's 90th anniversary by reading this profile of the magazine, published in Newsweek 50 years ago next month.
Anchor’s Away: Brian Williams’s Biggest Sin Was Making Himself the Story
How much do you need to trust the man reading a teleprompter?
Egypt Frees Al Jazeera Journalist Peter Greste
After more than 400 days in jail, Greste has been deported to Australia.
Newsweeks Past: 'In Cold Blood... An American Tragedy'
Truman Capote's reporting and researching on a family's brutal murder created a new era of journalism.
Yemeni TV Correspondent First Journalist Killed in 2015
2015 has gotten off to a tragic start for journalists, with multiple killings.
French Satirical Magazine Charlie Hebdo Often Mocked Religion
The magazine was firebombed in 2011 after publishing a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammed
The Journalists Who Died Doing Their Jobs in 2014
Nearly 100 people died bringing the world the news last year. Here are some of their stories.
14 from ‘14: The Best LongReads From Newsweek
Here are some deep dives to yank you out of the mundane and parachute you into the middle of the conflicts and questions that shape our lives and future.
The Faults in our Stories: The Year in Retractions
In 2014, the errors came fast and the schadenfreude was everywhere.
China is World’s Worst Jailer of Journalists: Report
In 2014, 220 journalists were imprisoned worldwide, the second worst year on record, the Committee for the Protection of Journalists reports.
Mass Resignations on The New Republic's Masthead
A sweeping editorial shake-up at the 100-year-old magazine has resulted in mass resignations, sentimental "eulogies" penned by former staffers and industrywide naval-gazing.
God Damn You, Mr. Rosewater
Jon Stewart’s new film, Rosewater, explores the horror and humor in the saga of a Newsweek reporter jailed and tortured in Iran.
Is Verizon's SugarString Banning Tech News Topics?
As reader-supported news vanishes, corporate-journalist hybrids may start drawing more red lines.
Hustlers, Con Men, Dupes & the War on Terror
With his second book probing the dark tunnels of the so-called war on terror, James Risen has established himself as the finest national security reporter of this generation.
Long Live Longform
Serious reportage thrives on the Internet, defying dire predictions
I Replied to Every PR Email I Received for a Week
Every press release. Every event invite. Every media alert. Everything.
An Independent Syrian Media Comes of Age at a Time of War
A spontaneous journalistic movement, made up of amateurs, is keeping hope alive despite attacks from both Isis and the regime