Victorian newspapers looked very little like today’s newspapers - it’s great reminder of how much things change in journalism.
The New York Times is drawing design cues from magazines in a major print shift.
Have we simplified our culture a little too far?
The dance between Trump and the media is just beginning. But right now, he's leading.
And that’s down from 40% a year ago. Worryingly, there’s a rise in those who don’t follow the news at all.
Asking people to predict the future isn't a sure bet - unless you're talking about cats…
The 2015 election is looking like a watershed for the the British press. They've pinned their flags to a mast that's unlikely to rise, according to the polls, at least.
The NYT's David Carr suggests that Facebook is trying to cuddle up to newspaper publishers. Is it?
A little bit of digital newspaper history embedded in an old sign.
One journalist has finally ended his relationship with newspapers…