Sometimes I think the dumbest people to talk to about the newspaper business are newspaper people, of which I am one, obviously. Is it possible to scream blindness? David Carr, The New York Times's media columnist -- one of the few media reporters on whose word I truly hang, often -- has a piece in ... More >>
You'll have to forgive us veterans of the newspaper business, but certain days -- especially Mondays for some reason -- are just self-referential days. Something in us wants to say to readers, "But enough about you." We wake up way more concerned with ourselves than anybody else out there. And as ... More >>
Shortly before The Dallas Morning News announced the erection of its paywall, which goes into place February 15, publisher and CEO Jim Moroney sent to the staff a memo in which he wrote: Brace yourself. Said Moroney in a phone conversation with Unfair Park at 6:30 this morning, as he was driving ... More >>
Adam JamesSpeaking of Craig James, here goes a big mistake. I'm going to invade Richie's territory and offer an opinion on a sports story. I was actually prohibited from writing about sports once when I was a daily newspaper reporter because of my appalling lack of knowledge. Maybe I'm about to g ... More >>
The Friends of Unfair Park concerned with the state -- and fate -- of the newspaper business are no doubt aware that in a Chicago suburb yesterday, bigwigs, honchos and major-domos from most of the country's biggest news-gathering organizations huddled together to chat about monetizing online conten ... More >>
Morning News waits and waits to acknowledge CBS-11's scoop of an ethically challenged state rep
Intercoursing the pooch: How Belo learned to love the F-bomb
Dallas' only daily finds itself losing a war for readers' eyeballs and the heart of its staff
Budget woes leave DMN staffers uneasy
You say you want a revolution? The DMN kings shake up their court.
Two new Dallas papers are keeping tabs on the little futhermuckers
What will The Dallas Morning News look like when you wake up in 2010? If Editor Bob Mong has his way, it'll be the best damn paper the 'burbs will buy.
Will Belo be bought? Yes. Or no. Either way, you won't be able to tell.
Ten years later, the Dallas Times Herald is still missed
What's new, CueCat? A redesign, a rediscovery and re: layoffs.
Texas Jewish Post Publisher Jimmy Wisch says he's being run out of town by leaders of the community he has served for 54 years. They say he's overstayed his welcome.
Why so much coverage of kids in the newspapers? Because women--and advertisers-- like it that way.
Channel 11 and the Star-Telegram join forces against Channel 8 and the Morning News
Trouble in Belo's paradise
News editors try to strong-arm the League of Women Voters over its stance on the Trinity
Germinated in the rich tradition of El Sol de Texas, the Spanish-language press takes root in Dallas
Writers win awards from Dallas Press Club, Dallas Bar Association
The Star-Telegram's top editor disappears, but staffers aren't sure they can celebrate yet
Striving for mediocrity at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Dallas has run out of recycling excuses
Introducing: the Morning News' 'Met'