The E.W. Scripps Company has interests in television stations, newspapers and digital products and services.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas students channel their grief through writing, offering the world a closer glimpse at the lives lost.
Letters to the editor represent so much of what is laudable about newspapers. Every time we publish one in our pages means something tremendous.
For KOMO journalists frustrated with the direction of their corporate ownership, there’s no easy escape route: Most are under contracts and are barred from jumping ship to a competing TV outlet.
Plus: A new crop of studios, the growing prospects for podcasts for kids, and Nashville throws a "podcast party."
The Scripps–owned local ABC affiliate wants Cincinnatians to think of their city as a two-newspaper town — even if that means ruffling feathers along the way.
In its expansion, PolitiFact sets its sights on becoming an Associated Press for fact-checking.
First Sinclair and now the Kochs are back. In an age of media free-for-all and massive deregulation, will fact-based journalism become an endangered species?
From newspapers for sale to a new wave of paid content; from ad blockers to Watson; from article particles to cutting back on print.
In Wisconsin, the state's largest newspaper has committed itself to tough watchdog, investigative reporting. It's led to journalistic success and respect from its audience.
"It's called local news for a reason."
"By following the lead of our employees to create content that is digital first, it frees them up from the sameness of format that is plaguing local television news."
Overview summaryLocal television news would seem to be in an enviable position. The average local TV station now has more news employees than the average American newspaper, profits are strong and...
Launched by Dave Bidini, the nonprofit West End Phoenix has attracted support from its community — and Margaret Atwood.
"If you want to make a difference, lobby your lawmakers to have them stop the Tribune deal," the anchor says.
The media industry is suddenly mulling a flurry of huge deals. "In this case," the founder of an M&A advisory firm says, "it's motivated by fear, not greed."
These are also desperate times, and if we don’t speak up now, then we will be destined to witness the demise of our city’s largest and most essential news-gathering operations.
Are we winning politically now that the newspapers have been knee-capped?
Sarah Jessica Parker and Michelle Pfeiffer sat down for an interview for Variety's "Actors on Actors."
"It’s not so much about gaming Facebook’s algorithm or working with the Facebook changes as much as it is taking advantage of Facebook as a truly social platform."
In many smaller markets, it's local TV stations' websites — not newspapers' sites! — that are the dominant digital local news source.