The ax really fell hard today.
She'll help launch the new 'Newsweek' iPad app.
That's a question posed today.
A new national ad campaign for a dying medium proclaims: "Smart is the new sexy."
A bumper crop of new jobs and new ways of reporting, created by people who are willing to throw themselves into the breach and experiment.
And he didn't care if it was unethical to do so.
The blog website will shutter this weekend.
Photographer William Hereford's wordless instructional videos might be the missing link between magazines and tablets.
With its new round of financing, the web mini-empire will now have more to spend than it's been running on for the past three years put together.
By personalizing news.
But the company's organizers aren't worried.
Yahoo News's new Upshot blog isn't building a brand out of nothing; it's building it out of millions and millions of page views.
The venerable public broadcasting institution has gone the way of FedEx and KFC.
The aggregating giant has added poll analysis to its repertoire.
Not everything went smoothly this week when the British paper erected an impermeable pay wall.
You'll have to buy the magazine, or if that's too retro, get the iPad app.