The classic USA Today design may be old news, but the paper remains the paper of the future — at least when it comes to movies.
In a stunning about-face, the New York Times has turned the farm-to-tables on "Très Brooklyn!" and confronted USA Today for, essentially, co-opting their term, and, for that matter, their trend piece M.O.
In today's tour of state-sponsored propaganda, China's media mocks India, the Pentagon launches a misinformation campaign, the Cuban Central News Agency teams up with Occupy Wall Street, and a Communist newspaper is a capitalist success story.
Many of the country’s biggest media companies — which own dozens of newspapers and TV news operations — are flexing their muscle in Washington in a fight against a government initiative to increase transparency of political spending.
Two USA Today reporters became the targets of a ham-fisted online smear campaign after they started asking questions about the other ham-fisted propaganda effort being carried out by the military in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Those in range of Gannett's community newspapers will be sad to learn the publisher will soon erect a paywall around the websites of its 80 small-town titles, while keeping USA Today free online.
A man is suing Hilton over a $0.75 copy of USA Today. The stake could be much higher
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