‘Journalists must be agents of the truth in all its forms, wherever it resides…’
New York Times says the food section will go away. But the Chron says food coverage will live on.
Who and what do you believe in the chaos of a breaking news story? Here’s some advice.
The Cupertino company holds a “special event,” and the cognoscenti expect two new iPhone models.
Before we get too heavily into the week and start force-feeding you your news and current affairs vegetables, here’s a Monday morning muffin. Not that we ever want to deflate your pure antipathy for all things Los Angeles Dodgers, especially this year, when the Giants have become the Boys of Bummer. But this is pretty […]
Gary E. Knell, president and CEO of National Public Radio, has announced he will resign this fall to assume the same titles at the National Geographic Society. NPR’s David Folkenflik is reporting that whoever takes Knell’s place will be the network’s “seventh acting or full-time CEO in (a) little over seven years.” Knell came to […]
Los Gatos-based Netflix is making a play for the kiddie crowd, striking a deal with Scholastic Media to bring its movies and TV shows to Netflix’s streaming video service. Netflix already has Scholastic’s “The Magic School Bus” and “Goosebumps” kid shows for its customers in the United States and Canada. As part of the new deal, […]