We can all list some of the well-documented ways that The Wall Street Journal has changed under Rupert Murdoch: More color on the front page! Snappier headlines! A women’s magazine! More politically conservative (maybe)!
But this is one we didn’t expect: The Journal is getting sportier!
The Journal’s New York sports section will assign beat Read More
Sports columnist Harvey Araton packed his pens and notebooks and moved from the sports desk to a features desk, a once proud species ambled closer to extinction.
Two years ago, The Times had five sports columnists. With Mr. Araton gone, there are two. One of them is 70.
There will be no Read More
Media Mob has learned that The New York Times will make an announcement later today that it plans to cut the number of sections it has in the paper during some days of the week and it will fold in the Metro Section and Sports section into other sections of the newspaper.
According to Read More
Welcome to the Olympics! If you’re one of the 20,000+ journalists covering the games, you’ve probably arrived. But boy, it hasn’t been easy getting there. Over the past week, The Observer spoke to reporters and editors about their headaches getting credentials in Beijing.
"One day, they’ll e-mail us and ask for certain information and Read More
The last year or so has not been a great time for the Times sports section. The paper lost three major talents in Damon Hack, Selena Roberts and Lee Jenkins all to Sports Illustrated. Clifton Brown, an NFL reporter, went to—of all places—The Sporting News. The paper’s Nets reporter, John Eligon, left sports for the Read More