The new publisher of the Reader is Tracy Baim, founder and longtime executive editor of the Windy City Times.
As Trump bars reporters from press briefing, his media war heats up.
Poverty and segregation underlie many of our policing problems, but don’t expect a task force to address them.
“Our local papers make a melancholy sight leaning against each other for support.” Media critic Mike Miner looks at the new Sun-Times/Daily Herald content-sharing agreement.
Having nearly sold out, The Lives of Robert Ryan gets a second pressing.
Recent instances of social injustice—like Eric Garner’s death—highlight the pitfalls of blind objectivity in the media.
Father Hesburgh worked to the end.
Professional training at the AP hangs in the balance after the exec who ran it is fired.
Pluralism is more wonderful in America.
Great pictures photographers got by doing what photographers do
Music Box presents the controversial German miniseries Generation War.
The world according to the Trib’s Rex Huppke
What would have happened to JFK if he’d been scrutinized in the same way as Obama?
Can unconscious bias be overcome?
The American Copy Editors Society gathers in New Orleans