Look at this dumb ghost, who is apparently haunting a high school in Idaho instead of some place cool like a condemned asylum or a derelict cruise ship.
During Halloween, the seasonal outrage du jour usually centers on the sale of ridiculously over-sexualized costumes. But this Halloween, that Sassy Rick Grimes outfit hanging in the local Spirit Store is going to have some competition.
It's conspiracy theory inception!
A college newspaper in Illinois claimed that someone dumped 800 copies its last issue in the trash following a report on a hazing investigation involving a campus sorority .
The daughter of infamous BTK serial killer Dennis Rader accused best-selling horror author Stephen King of exploiting the victim's of her father's horrific crimes.
"Who would go into journalism to go do stories that others have already done? The fun [of reporting] is not in localizing a story; the fun is in nationalizing a local story – finding something that's happening in your town, that's so interesting that you write about so completely that [Poynter's Al Tompkins]…
The New York Times announced today that it plans to cut about 100 newsroom job, and is hoping to make the necessary reduction via the much-loved "voluntary buyout" to avoid straight-up firing staff.
When I was a kid, the Weekly World News was a staple of the tabloid magazine rack at the grocery store. Back then, no WWN story fascinated me more than those featuring it's de-facto mascot: Bat Boy.
This week, the Associated Press once again decided to the change the name is uses to describe the armed militants currently raising havoc in Iraq and Syria.
Miami Herald reporter Carol Rosenberg wrote an interesting piece about her decision to live Tweet the funeral of Steven Sotloff, the native South Florida journalist brutally executed by the Islamic State earlier this month.
Apparently firing 60- 70 staffers has given USA Today more time to pursue other interests outside reporting the news. Specifically, gaming.
Jay Carney will leave his old job standing in front of a camera and talking for the new and exciting job of standing in front of a camera and talking about politics.
If there is one thing that is startlingly short supply in the media it's the presence of monolithic corporate branding and advertising. No one knows this better than newly minted NPR CEO Jarl Mohn.
After spending 10 years as a ombudsman and media beat reporter for the Boston Globe, and eight years covering the newspaper industry for the Pew Research Center, Mark Jurkowitz should be a familiar as anyone else about the sad decline of print news.
Two television reporters in California's Bay Area became victims of violent crime this week while they were out covering stories.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch confirmed that is has asked to see the juvenile court records of Mike Brown, the unarmed teenager who was gunned down by a police officer in Ferguson, MO. earlier this month.
Former Slate editor David Plotz wants you to stop your goddamn whining about how hard is it to make money from online journalism.