Sarah Ellison's new book sheds light on the media mogul's legacy, asking what's going to happen after he's gone
Yearly visits to the author's summer house underscore the changing role technology plays in his family's lives
As e-readers gain popularity, the business side of books will change. Who has the most to gain from this new model?
Dave Kindred's "Morning Miracle" paints a bleak portrait of the newspaper. Here's why that may not be true.
With e-book sales on the rise, the Internet giant wants to get in on the game with a new service that could be launched as soon as this summer
In the ten years after Bill left office, his family has shown lasting power. Ken Gormley's new book chronicles his administration's saga.
How citizen journalists communicate over mobile phone portals
With a landmark D.C. bookstore going up for sale, a reflection on the importance of independent shops and an appreciation of the people who run them
Andrei Voznesensky, who played a vital social role in the Soviet Union during the Cold War, died earlier this month at the age of 77
A summary of where things stand and where things are headed for all facets of media, from movies to books to newspapers to radio
In honor of Memorial Day, a survey of artistic portrayals of combat that make our current conflicts more comprehensible
A new exhibition, book, and documentary examine the politician's legacy—and reveal how much has changed since the 1960s
The New York City mayor's multi-billion-dollar company is quietly taking over the media landscape—and is influencing the news in ways most people don't even recognize
The story Henry Luce, the creator of 'Time' magazine, offers some lessons for the future of magazine journalism
Several publications funded by philanthropic donations have emerged recently. How they can be self-sustaining.
An institution gets renovated, and its facade remains the same. But its children's literature section has transformed over the last half-century.
The big questions about long-term control of the Internet may yet end up in the courts, but that isn't what was decided in Comcast v. FCC
'New Yorker' editor David Remnick's new tome about President Obama says a lot about the state of the publishing industry, both good and bad
How Bill Gates , Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page changed the American economy and media landscape
Ann Arbor's daily newspaper is gone and a homegrown bookstore chain fights to stay in business. But things are looking up.