Tucson's Arizona Daily Star has become the latest newspaper to charge readers for access to stories on its website.
The paper unveiled its "metered access" plan this week, along with a $13-a-month price-tag for online news only.
Phoenix New Times has an opening for a full-time web editor. This position combines journalism with social-media marketing and analytical data management to increase the audience for New Times and improve its desktop and mobile applications.
The web editor assigns and edits photo slideshows and video projects, manages a weekly budget, works with freelancers, manages interns, and collaborates with section editors. The web editor works alongside the editor-in-chief in the planning and execution of all online coverage.More »
The East Valley Tribune is a pale reflection of its former Pulitzer Prize-winning self, thanks to the journalism-light business model of its current owner, 10/13 Communications.
That's why we were initially stunned when we saw a Trib reporter had penned an article about a murder mystery a couple of weeks ago, which is a departure from the staff's standard happy-news fare.
But our joy soon turned to bemusement. As Eric Mungenast explains in his lede, the deciding factors for choosing to bring this South Carolina whodunit to his readers were the offer of a free meal and to help a private investigator gin up publicity for a possible book or film deal about the case.More »
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Google tells New Times it's trying to fix the weird appearance of the phrase "Jew York Times" in certain Google News search returns.
We'd emailed the tech giant while reporting the quirk, which a Google spokeswoman told us is a "technical issue."More »
Someone at Google apparently has a twisted and most decidedly un-PC sense of humor.
Several New York Times articles that are part of an archived-newspaper service Google provided until 2011, contain the phrase "Jew York Times" in search returns.
|Now, to the karate studio, where ABC 15 is standing by with relevant opinions on a news story involving Japan.|
The bloodbath at Gannett Company Inc., over the past 48 hours saw as many as 223 jobs lost, with 29 people reportedly laid off at the Arizona Republic.
Some of those on the list were veteran journalists, including two who had worked for the paper for decades. Another two were refugees from the failed former East Valley Tribune (not to be confused with the namby-pamby local paper of the same name, now owned by a subsidiary of Colorado's Thirteenth Street Media.)More »