journalism

Finder's Fee or Bribe? A Study in Blogger Ethics

Blogging as a form of journalism is new enough that the ethics of it are still being worked out. And blog ethics can be a particularly treacherous area for those who wander into it unawares -- as New York City publicity executive Katherine Rothman, CEO of KMR Communications, did last week.

Huffington: I'm no newspaper killer!

It must be confusing to be Arianna Huffington. One day you're getting lauded for your contributions to journalism; the next day you're being accused...

Lies, damn lies and Wikipedia

Dublin sociology student Shane Fitzgerald had the same theory about Wikipedia that many of us have: You can't trust it. So he set out to prove just...

Brian Tierney's foolish raise

The downfall of wannabe media tycoon Brian P. Tierney is a sight to see.

Two months before his company, which controls Philadelphia's dominant...

Media World: PBS, NPR face tough times

During a recent pledge drive, Terry Gross, host of NPR's Fresh Air, urged listeners who couldn't afford to donate to Philadelphia's NPR affiliate to...