Hamilton Nolan · 03/14/16 09:58AM

New York Times editorial page editor Andy Rosenthal is stepping down. He’ll be replaced by James Bennett, former editor of The Atlantic. This change in Establishment Opinionmongers will be so drastic that readers won’t notice a thing.

Hamilton Nolan · 03/02/16 09:51AM

Following a new round of consolidations and layoffs, “The last daily edition of the 150-year-old Oakland Tribune will be published April 4.” Surviving 150 years is an incredible feat.

How to Harass Union Members in Incredibly Petty Ways

Hamilton Nolan · 02/26/16 02:12PM

Some companies work well with their employees’ unions. Some companies tolerate them. And some companies—like TEGNA, the media company that used to be Gannett—seeks to find the most small-minded ways to make union members’ lives miserable.

Political Reporters Know Nothing

Hamilton Nolan · 02/10/16 12:35PM

I just got back from several days in New Hampshire, attending political rallies across the state and observing thousands of voters in their natural habitat. What have I learned about what will happen in the presidential race? Nothing!

Reporter Fabricated Quotes, Invented Sources at The Intercept

J.K. Trotter · 02/02/16 03:22PM

The Intercept disclosed today that a former reporter for the national-security focused website fabricated quotes and invented sources for a number of stories published last year. According to a post published on Tuesday afternoon by editor-in-chief Betsy Reed, that reporter, Juan Thompson, went so far as to register fake email addresses, including one in Reed’s own name, to deceive his editors about the extent of his fabrications:

Who’s Going to Keep Paying For This Crap?

Alex Pareene · 01/29/16 06:34PM

Jim VandeHei, co-founder of The Politico, will leave the Washington-based news operation after the 2016 election. He will take with him Mike Allen, The Politico’s reporter-mascot, who says today that the two plan to start “a new venture that will change the world one more time.”

J.K. Trotter · 01/12/16 09:52AM

In an effort to ensure the survival of three major Philadelphia media properties—the Inquirer, the Daily News, and—owner and philanthropist H.F. Lenfest is donating each of them to the non-profit Philadelphia Foundation.