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Two Journalists In Turkey Face Jail Over Charlie Hebdo Cartoon

Two Turkish journalists were jailed after they ran a satirical cartoon of Mohammed in their newspaper as a sign of solidarity with French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

April 9, 2015

LA Times Names Internet Strategist Nicco Mele Deputy Publisher

Nico Mele has helped politicians win elections through his technological expertise. He now joins the Los Angeles Times as deputy publisher.

November 18, 2014

FBI Created Phony Seattle Times Story To Find Bomb-Threat Suspect

The Seattle Times feels that their reputation as a government watchdog was jeopardized by the FBI’s attempts to identify a bomb-threat suspect.

October 28, 2014

Gannett To Split TV And Newspaper Units Into Separate Companies

By Joe Flint, Los Angeles Times Gannett Co. is spinning off its publishing assets into a separate publicly traded company. The McLean, Va.-based broadcaster and publisher whose holdings include more than 40 television stations, USA Today, and 81 local newspapers, is the latest media company to separate its newspaper and television units. Last year, Rupert […]

August 5, 2014