Hamilton Nolan · 12/29/15 01:20PM

Here you will find dozens of predictions about what 2016 will bring for journalism, from “Local News Gets Smarter on Mobile” to “Distributed Platforms Will Be Your New Homepage.” The only journalism prediction worth a shit in any year is “I Hope I Keep My Job.”

Who Just Bought Nevada’s Largest Newspaper for $140 Million?

Melissa Cronin · 12/12/15 02:29PM

“Who owns a multimillion dollar newspaper?” is not a question you hear very often. But with the shrouded sale of the largest paper in Nevada, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, to an undisclosed owner, the question is being asked over and over.

Hamilton Nolan · 12/08/15 04:48PM

The most popular comment in the history of the New York Times website is by a Canadian, explaining why Canada is better than the U.S. You love to be told why you suck, America.

A Theological Debate

Hamilton Nolan · 12/03/15 11:48AM

Here are today’s front pages of New York City’s two tabloid newspapers. Which one is “better?”

Hamilton Nolan · 11/23/15 09:00AM

A gentle “roast” of Vice boss Shane Smith last week by friends such as the head of HBO and Johnny Knoxville reportedly turned out to be one big “lovefest.” (Gawker was initially invited to cover this event, and then disinvited, for some reason.)

How an Animal Lover Turned Her Father's Investment Into The Dodo, a Money-Losing Website

Sam Biddle · 11/11/15 02:28PM

Editor’s Note: The board of directors of the Dodo has responded to this article, disputing the author’s characterizations of its business strategy, spending rate, staff morale, as well as the timeliness of the story, which addresses many issues that were contained to the Dodo’s first year of operation, in 2014. Its full response can be found below.

If the Media Loses, So Do You

Hamilton Nolan · 10/29/15 10:10AM

After patriotism and religion, “attacking the media” is the most popular refuge of the scoundrel.