Digital Native Ezra Klein Finds Post-Post Voice; Will Lewis Hops into New Frying Pan at WSJ

The trials of legacy newspaper companies are apparently without end. This month, we see two quite different challenges confronting two of the most prestigious newspaper companies: the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. The Post bids ...

The Newsonomics of Momentum in the WSJ/NYT Battle

First published at Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab   What a difference a year makes in America’s national newspaper war. When Rupert Murdoch bought the Journal and its parent Dow Jones six years ago, he declared that war, aiming to ...