The legendary Washington Post chief, who died on Tuesday at 93, enlivened the newspaper and the nation's capital alike.
With Robert McNamara in The Fog of War, the filmmaker captured a painful redemption bid. But the star of The Unknown Known doesn't think he needs redemption at all.
Now rivetingly played by Bryan Cranston on Broadway, the 36th president is being remembered for his political skills and domestic achievements, not just his escalation of the Vietnam War.
By breaking convention to publish a critical memoir while a president he served remains in office, the former defense secretary will help shape the historical record.
The sharing economy goes to the bookshelves.
While digital archives don't clutter up the house, they lack poignancy.
A new memoir by Rebecca Eaton, the executive producer of Downton Abbey and other Masterpiece classics, offers some insight into the series' enduring excellence.
Beijing and Moscow's media crackdown has deflected attention away from Washington's own shoddy treatment of journalists.
And what if they don't?
Both billionaires recently made $250 million bets on the future of journalism. What is that, exactly?
The grandfather of the media industry, publishing has made an ally of technology and is, in many respects, thriving.
It costs a lot, but investigative reporting can save lives. And non-profits lead the way in producing high-quality, in-depth stories. So who's going to pay for them?
As cameras have evolved, we've been exposed, more intimately, to conflict.
The summer of 2013 has been, in many ways, the summer of the iPad.
Whatever else it may mean, purchasing the Post instantly lifts Bezos's profile and clout -- and, by extension, Amazon's -- where it truly counts: in the nation's capital.
The American media's attention to the royal birth was extensive, excessive, and -- given the hoopla surrounding Prince William's birth 31 years ago -- to be expected.
The business of publishing and selling books will continue its radical change. But some things are eternal.
Recorded books are now a billion-dollar business, which Amazon dominates perhaps like none other.
The collusion case is over. If Apple is found to have violated anti-trust law, the money damages could be huge.