It is a staple of every discussion about journalism and the internet.
In the past two years, The New York Times has doubled the number of subscribers to its crossword app, according to a press release from the Times. The app now has 400,000 standalone subscribers.
Poynter’s morning media roundup for Monday — Brian Vastag was felled by a fever in 2012. He never recovered. And a judge has finally ruled his insurance company to pay up.
Poynter’s morning media roundup for Friday — The database that tracks President Trump's misstatements had documented more than 3,000 by last month.
Each morning with breakfast I read the Tampa Bay Times, a habit I have indulged since my arrival in St. Petersburg in 1977.
News deserts are ominous to democracy, but how many there are and how fast they’re spreading has been a mystery — until now: Coverage of
From digital media to editing to data journalism, there are options around the U.S. for all interests and budgets.
Here's how existing projects in countries like Iran, Turkey and Zimbabwe have critically assessed government promises.
Blazer, blouse, skirt, heels. I pulled my go-to interview outfit out of my closet and tried it on in preparation for an upcoming job interview.
Poynter’s morning media roundup for Thursday — Dana Canedy and Kendrick Lamar make history at the 102nd Pulitzer awards conferring.