The police shooting of an unarmed man in Missouri has inspired a Twitter hashtag spreading across social media sites.
Internet radio leader Pandora has come to its first-ever direct licensing deal with artists, a wide-ranging agreement with independent label group Merlin that both said would mean higher payments to artists and more play for them on Pandora stations.
Believe it or not, some people still prefer getting their news on paper, so much so that one SF publisher is bringing back the ‘paper boy,’ delivering their print publication by bicycle.
Following its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
Remember all those headlines suggesting the younger crowd was abandoning Facebook? New research says that may not be the case after all.
In the days before next Tuesday’s California primary election, voters are being buried in direct mail, and bombarded in radio and television ads, but much of the campaign propaganda isn’t paid for by the candidates themselves.
Camera equipment was stolen from a KTVU news van in Oakland over the weekend.
The sky is the limit for those who want to get into the news business. So says Edward Wasserman, who is clearly enjoying his new role as Dean of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. The new digital age of information may make our heads spin at times, but Wasserman sees it as a time of unlimited potential for his students.
A KTVU news van parked in West Oakland was robbed Thursday, while a reporter and photographer were on assignment, the latest victims of a string of crimes against news outlets in the Bay Area.
The U.S. Chemical Safety Board said that despite some criticism, they are cooperating with state officials on investigating the fire at the Chevron refinery in Richmond.