There is more room for technology coverage that appeals to a broader audience. Many people have a limited understanding about technology and its profound effects.
Facebook this week defended top news executive Campbell Brown after she was targeted in a published report that questioned her political biases.
The vote was significant, given Hearst's scale, which includes 24 print and online publications.
The idea behind the Filter Bubble Transparency Act is to liberate internet users from a vicious cycle of seeing more of the same content, based on what they viewed before.
The two newspapers are demonstrating a positive shift to digital subscriptions. The 'NYT' now derives 62% of its total revenue directly from readers.
Almost two-thirds of the deceptive stories focused on either Democratic politicians or left-wing issues.
Their latest so-called crisis comes from a growing public awareness of "toxic masculinity" and changing attitudes about gender fluidity.
Adobe's framework is designed to let authors verify their content and help consumers feel more confident about the authenticity of news and information.
There is growing tension between newsroom employees and private-equity companies that are buying media properties and restructuring them to maximize profits.
The key to maximizing subscription revenue is identifying target customers who are most loyal, in line with the "80/20 rule."