Benjamin Mullin

July 11, 2017

With its new, speedier article page, Reuters wants to reimagine how news sites are designed

Despite his last name, Isaac Showman isn’t a fan of big, dramatic website unveilings. That’s why, if you visit Reuters.com this morning, you might not […]
July 7, 2017

With The City, USA Today Network is taking its local-to-national strategy to your earphones

Robin Amer thought she was a public radio lifer. She interned at NPR when she was 18 years old. She’s been a talk show producer […]
July 7, 2017

Fusion is changing its name to Splinter

Months after its merger with Gizmodo Media Group, Fusion has changed its name to Splinter, its editor in chief announced in a press release this […]
July 6, 2017

New York Times copy editors are being encouraged to take buyouts today

One-by-one, copy editors at The New York Times are learning today that they won’t have jobs at the newspaper once the latest round of cuts […]
July 6, 2017

New York Times copy editors are being encouraged to take buyouts today

One-by-one, copy editors at The New York Times are learning today that they won’t have jobs at the newspaper once the latest round of cuts […]
July 6, 2017

New York Times copy editors are being encouraged to take buyouts today

One-by-one, copy editors at The New York Times are learning today that they won’t have jobs at the newspaper once the latest round of cuts […]
July 6, 2017

Tampa Bay Times’ CEO on refinancing debt and accepting loans from anonymous lenders

Last week, the Tampa Bay Times Company (which Poynter owns) made a big announcement: With help from a local group of lenders, the company refinanced […]
July 6, 2017

Tampa Bay Times’ CEO on refinancing debt and accepting loans from anonymous lenders

Last week, the Tampa Bay Times Company (which Poynter owns) made a big announcement: With help from a local group of lenders, the company refinanced […]
July 3, 2017

What can newsrooms learn from churches? More than a month in, the Membership Puzzle Project is asking big questions

At the turn of the century, newspaper executives didn’t need to innovate to keep the cash flowing. Google was still a fledgling company, Facebook hadn’t […]
July 3, 2017

What can newsrooms learn from churches? More than a month in, the Membership Puzzle Project is asking big questions

At the turn of the century, newspaper executives didn’t need to innovate to keep the cash flowing. Google was still a fledgling company, Facebook hadn’t […]
July 3, 2017

Chris Christie said he didn’t go to the beach. Then, a newspaper showed him the pictures

The (Newark, New Jersey) Star-Ledger is committed to keeping Gov. Chris Christie honest — even if it takes a private plane. On Sunday afternoon, Christie […]
July 3, 2017

Chris Christie said he didn’t get any sun. Then, a newspaper showed him the beach photos

The (Newark, New Jersey) Star-Ledger is committed to keeping Gov. Chris Christie honest — even if it takes a private plane. On Sunday afternoon, Christie […]
June 30, 2017

With big plans to staff up, ThinkProgress is leaving Medium behind

ThinkProgress will soon become the latest publisher to leave Medium. The progressive news organization, which is housed by the left-leaning Center for American Progress, will […]