April 21 • News About News
NYT: Tension Over Sports Blogging

Tension over sports blogging is one of the strains between sports franchises, leagues and reporters to have emerged during the digital age.

April 21 • Upcoming Events
Books and Books, Coral Gables

Books and Books, Coral Gables presents: Night Fire: Big Oil, Poison Air and Margie Richard's Fight to Save Her Own (Amistad, $24.95) Miami Herald journalist Ronnie Greene's passionate look at how humble grassroots activism can eventually unsettle a corporate Goliath.

April 18 • News About News
NYT: Who Lost the Debate? Moderators, Many Say

Charles Gibson and George Stephanopoulos, the moderators of Wednesday night’s presidential debate on ABC, became the subject of a fierce and somewhat unexpected debate themselves on Thursday, as viewers, bloggers and television critics lamented what they described as an opportunity lost: a chance to ask the two candidates for the Democratic nomination substantive questions early and often.

April 17 • News About News
ACES Wraps Up Denver Conference

The American Copy Editors Society wrapped up its 12th national conference in Denver Monday. Read about attendees’ experiences here,

April 15 • News About News
Salon: What Every Freelancer Should Know About Taxes

Tired of getting gouged on your taxes? Sensing an impending mental breakdown? Salon's Catherine Price has tips for the self-employed.

April 15 • News About News
AP: Murdoch, Zell Appointed to AP Board

Rupert Murdoch and Sam Zell, two media figures who led major newspaper acquisitions in recent months, are among four new members joining the board of directors of The Associated Press, it was announced Monday at the news cooperative's annual meeting.