Rupert Murdoch’s 80th birthday, in which he consummates his greatest deal.
Tina Brown’s Newsweek redesign: not so hot.
The New York Times slathers sweet sauce all over Bill Daley, David Plouffe, and the rest of the new White House team.
What’s with the New York Times Magazine adding editor credits to the end of features?
Rep. Darrell Issa, his now-fired spokesman Kurt Bardella, and the nature of the Washington reporter-source relationship.
Frank Rich’s departure from the New York Times to New York makes no sense.
Darrell Issa e-mail leaks: Why John F. Harris is massively overreacting.
AOL and Huffington Post merger: The rapid rise and sale of Arianna Huffington’s Post.
Rupert Murdoch’s iPad newspaper, The Daily: Does he have the patience to make it succeed?
Advice for Tina Brown, Diane Sawyer, Marcus Brauchli, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, and others.
Jared Loughner’s world of illusion.
Assessing the Day 4 newspaper coverage of the Giffords shootings.
Jared Loughner is ready for his photo op.
The awesome stupidity of the calls to tamp down political speech in the wake of the Giffords shooting.
The Giffords shooting: Rolling thoughts about the press, the Web, and political assassination.
The press neither flatters nor captures Obama’s new chief of staff.
Jack Shafer keeps tabs on Julian Assange’s big idea.
Deadly Images: A Q&A with Barbie Zelizer, author of About to Die: How News Images Move the Public.
Vanity Fair portrays WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a shrewd negotiator and master shape-shifter.
Floyd Abrams whizzes on WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.