What does an attention-obsessed media look like? And do we want it?
The beloved This American Life host tells BuzzFeed why he gave in.
The former New York Times executive editor will teach undergraduate courses in narrative nonfiction.
Crossword puzzle fans prove — shocker — extremely persnickety.
"I'm going to have to talk to somebody about that."
"I want to prove I can write about right-wingers without insulting anybody," Weiner told BuzzFeed.
What happens when the paper of record becomes an app folder?
Eurocrats await the swarming insider approach that turned Washington media upside down.
#FutureOfNews...for a price.
The publication that created a pipeline of digital journalists is going back to its roots as an academic journal. "The ownership is saying they are preserving the publication, but it isn't really true in any sense of the word. It will cease to be a journalistic venture," a source told BuzzFeed.
"No, that is unlikely; seems fine to us."
The Orange Is The New Black actress was interviewed for a piece called "The Transgender Tipping Point."
Cornelia Griggs has been the one speaking while Abramson has stayed silent.
"Unfair to Jill Abramson? Definitely unfair to Israel."
Gawker Media head Nick Denton has approached at least two women about taking over the site. "My husband, mortgage, and cat are all in Chicago," Coen said.
"They want people of color in a very small box. They don't want to challenge that idea."
The former Times top editor is giving the commencement speech at Wake Forest University today.
Publisher Jake Dobkin says his blog has made New York more "cool and liberal." Others aren't so sure if that's true — or a good thing.
The problem with "pushy."
"In 2013, her last full year in the role, her total compensation package was more than 10% higher than that of her predecessor, Bill Keller, in his last full year as executive editor, which was 2010," said Arthur Sulzberger Jr. in a memo to staff today.