A judge has set the stage for a potentially-lengthy battle over Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson’s e-mails with his privately-hired attorneys.
A pair of television news crews were attacked and robbed while reporting in front of San Francisco’s Pier 14 on Thursday.
Circa, the mobile-focused news app that closed last week, was almost saved for $500,000, according to a small investor in the company.
Kevin Johnson, the mayor of Sacramento, is looking to block the release of Gmail messages following a public records request filed by a local newspaper.
The Desk is adopting Disqus as the site’s new conversation platform. Here’s what you need to know.
Showtime, HBO, Sling, Netflix and Hulu Plus are attractive options for cord-cutters. But for those who want it all, cable is still the best option.
Cable television news faces a harsh bloodbath of destruction if networks continue to pursue antiquated business models over online innovation.
Gawker accused Mic’s Jared Keller of plagiarism — except what he did is actually fairly acceptable at most digital news organizations. That’s the problem.
The parent company of the Daily Dot has held preliminary talks to acquire the mobile news application Circa, The Desk has learned.
KGO-TV fired freelance news producer Carlos La Roche over a tweet in which he suggested Oakland police use “real bullets” against a group of protesters.
The Desk has learned the Islamic State-loyalist Cyber Caliphate is actually a lone hacker from Algeria who is unaffiliated with the group.
In the 2012 e-mail, Obama asked then-Turkish PM Erdogan to help calm anger stoked in the Middle East over an anti-Islam film posted on YouTube.