But not all of today's media news is good.
It didn't go over well among the press corps when Obama bypassed many major newspaper reporters for smaller outlets. One such journalist cornered Robert Gibbs about it.
Didn't know what that was? No worries, you have plenty of time to learn about it.
And more grim news from the struggling media industry.
Barack Obama's Washington 'Post' op-ed contains a helpful reminder from the paper.
Is she just trying to sell magazines? Because it's working. Pass us the Little Debbies, please!
Due to "the economy," the Washington 'Post' will discontinue the stand-alone version of its Sunday book review.
Some old pals get dunked, only to resurface again, and some magazines go online for good.
Howard Kurtz raises the nastiness bar.
The liberal media elite shows its hand.
More media bad news, disguised as good, in our daily roundup.
More bad signs of the times, and more publications that are pretending times are better than they really are.
Eliot Spitzer's Washington 'Post' opinion essay about the economy is a thinly veiled advice column to dudes cheating on their wives with hookers.
The Washington ‘Post’ compiled a slideshow of pictures of old dogs, for no discernible reason. Bless them.
If you’re IMPORTANT, you get to stay at the Sheraton or the Ritz. Otherwise, you just might be sleeping next door to a wannabe Obama assassin.
An axed Maine political reporter writes to tell how local papers that close their Washington bureaus are hurting the cause of democracy. Plus, the latest in finance, law, media, and real-estate news.