Ten rising stars of the shutter set
Image: www.nppa.org The Deseret News is pulling an East Valley Tribune move by laying off nearly half of its staff.Utah's oldest newspaper, the Mormon-owned Deseret News, is laying off nearly half of its staff in a major restructuring based on financial problems. Jay Evensen,&nb ... More >>
Will symbols like these become the norm for newspapers of the future? Gannett Company, the parent company of the Arizona Republic, launched pay walls for three of its newspapers yesterday, charging Internet users to look at the papers' content. The new, pay-to-read format at the Tallahassee D ... More >>
NoPho bookstore gives props to local scribes
By Arbron on flickr Creative Commons.Fire it up...you've got some writing to do.So you want to be a published writer, eh? Good news! The Superstition Review online magazine is now accepting submissions.Here, in the offices of the Phoenix New Times, discussing the current state of a career in writ ... More >>
I need another cup of coffee.The big, big, big shocker news of the a.m. today: the New York Times reports that Conde Nast is closing Gourmet magazine, which has been in publication since December 1940.A must-read for food fanatics for its impeccable writing, lust-worthy photography, and of course ... More >>
The daily newspaper industry seems to be violently ill, if not on its death bed, judging by the onslaught of furloughs, layoffs and shutdowns. But coming to the rescue is a Democratic senator from Maryland, Benjamin Cardin (pictured), who today introduced a bill that would allow newspapers to o ... More >>
Sylvia Nobel dreamt of a movie version of her Kendall O'Dell mysteries until the money disappeared.
Master printmaker extols the virtues of collaboration
Author Neal Pollack returns to the Scottsdale of his existence and teams with Dave Eggers to take on Big Publishing
East Valley newspapers can only improve under new ownership known for innovation
The nation's largest newspaper chain buys the state's biggest paper -- but will anyone even notice the difference?
For the week of 06-15-2000
For 25 years, Bug Music has protected the rights of songwriters. In the process, they've gotten Willie Dixon's songs back from Led Zeppelin and transformed Iggy Pop into a TV-commercial composer.
Tribune Newspapers employees hope conditions won't get worse under new owner.
Singha beer, a staple of Thai food aficionados, is suddenly a rarity