inothernews:

micropolisnyc:

The NYT’s front-page photo of Alex Rodriguez was shot on an iPhone in the Yankee’s locker room bathroom.

Professional photographer Nick Laham, seen above, said he hadn’t planned on shooting w/ his iPhone, but now Getty Images is licensing his entire Instagram series — of A-Rod, Jeter, Teixeira, Sabathia, et al — on its website

Image of photographer and A-Rod from FStoppers.

In the bathroom.

Of course it was.

newsweek:

wbez:

verosays:

This is what structural racism looks like. 
Chicago, we have to do better.

Media criticism done on a napkin.

This is a great idea for a tumblr…

newsweek:

wbez:

verosays:

This is what structural racism looks like. 

Chicago, we have to do better.

Media criticism done on a napkin.

This is a great idea for a tumblr…

paulkatcher:

This week’s TIME magazine cover features Mike Bloomberg, Joe Biden and Gabby Giffords as “The Gunfighters.”

paulkatcher:

This week’s TIME magazine cover features Mike Bloomberg, Joe Biden and Gabby Giffords as “The Gunfighters.”

inothernews:

John Oliver’s piece from last night’s Daily Show looking at how CNN gutted its investigative journalism team all but demanded a “Sorkian” monologue awesomely delivered by The Newsroom’s Jeff Daniels.

bostonreview:

Journalism

bostonreview:

Journalism

motherjones:

Gender equity in publishing bylines: we has it. Your turn, New Yorker (andHarper’s, the New Republic, the Atlantic …)

motherjones:

Gender equity in publishing bylines: we has it. Your turn, New Yorker (andHarper’s, the New Republic, the Atlantic …)

Asian American Journalists Association releases guidelines on Jeremy Lin media coverage | The Cutline - Yahoo! News ↘
Fail.
cheatsheet:

In 2004, the New York Post erroneously predicted on the front page that Sen. John Kerry had picked Dick Gephardt as his running mate in 2004. That very day, the Kerry campaign announced its choice would be Sen. John Edwards. Oops. We compiled some more News Corp. scandals here.

Fail.

cheatsheet:

In 2004, the New York Post erroneously predicted on the front page that Sen. John Kerry had picked Dick Gephardt as his running mate in 2004. That very day, the Kerry campaign announced its choice would be Sen. John Edwards. Oops. We compiled some more News Corp. scandals here.

Grantland ↘

How haven’t I read this before?

The New York Times party used to be free, but tonight apparently there’s a cover. So like everyone else, I’ll probably just go to the Huffington Post party. And the Huffington Post party is asking people to go to other parties first and just steal food and drinks and bring it from there.

— Seth Meyers, 2011 White House Correspondents’ Dinner

cheatsheet:

Audience member at Columbia Journalism School to Arthur Sulzberger, New York Times publisher: “How will low-income residents now access The Times at home?”

Sulzberger: “Just translate that question to print. How will low-income people get access to The New York Times in print?”