Authorities have released no new information into the death of a beloved Los Angeles news anchor.
Two California newspapers have sued Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones for refusing to comply with a public records request.
Hulu has dropped the price of its advertisement-supported subscription as rival offerings warn of impending rate hikes to cover the cost of licensing content.
Beyond the Column Inch: An article I wrote has generated some local controversy. Here’s why I stand behind it.
What happens when you cover something in a small town that people would rather you not uncover?
Beyond will be a recurring series, published irregularly, where I’ll offer some insight as to how I newsgather and report for the paper, for social platforms and elsewhere
Utah student and East Bay Times journalism intern Alison Berg has been criticized for using the Carr Fire to gleefully push for paid subscriptions.
Jeff Bauman, Sr., the father of Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman, has emerged as a skeptic over a string of pipe bombs sent to prominent media figures and Democratic lawmakers over the last week.
A local television crew was the victim of an early morning robbery in which thieves took off with camera equipment, according to a news release.
KFBK has dropped Amy Lewis from the station’s morning news program, with reports circulating that Cristina Mendonsa has been tapped as Lewis’ replacement.
From The Archive
Exclusive: Guardian journalists used Whisper data for months before publishing stories on privacy concerns
Guardian journalists worked with Whisper for at least six months and top editors were given a demonstration on the app’s discovery tools back in June, sources told The Desk.
Bloomberg’s editor-in-chief published a frank and honest editorial on Monday admitting the company screwed up regarding the privacy of its financial information clients.
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.
Bloomberg News reporter Michael Forsythe has been suspended from the company over reports the news organization engaged in self-censorship with regard to an investigative story focused on the Chinese government.