Jon Stewart Is Leaving the Daily Show at the Right Time

For his own sanity — and, perhaps, for ours — Jon Stewart couldn’t have picked a better time to announce he’ll be stepping away from […]


The Sixers and the Media: Tanks for Nothing

This is Bob Cooney’s sixth season on the Sixers beat for the Daily News — he’s a puppy compared to his legendary predecessor, Phil Jasner, […]


What New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait Gets Wrong About Political Correctness

Jonathan Chait, previously a senior editor at The New Republic and currently a writer at New York magazine, spent a great amount of words last week espousing the […]


Who Isn’t Partnering With to Cover Mayor’s Race?

So maybe this is the future of journalism: Collaboration instead of competition. We’d already told you that WHYY would be partnering with to cover […]


Philadelphia Weekly, South Philly Review Sold to Broad Street Media

The publisher of Broad Street Media — which owns the Northeast Times, the Star and several wire services — confirmed to City Paper that the company […]


John Bolaris Attacks “Classless” Angelo Cataldi on Twitter

On Tuesday morning, in the wake of the Great 2015 Blizzard of Philadelphia That Didn’t Happen, there was a lot of blame going around, including […]


The Best and Worst of Local News Snow Coverage

“Be sure to warm up before shoveling. You can walk around, or march in place.” This was actual advice, delivered by Action News, on Monday […]


Margaret Kuo Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Chinese New Year Menu

Margaret Kuo is celebrating the Year of the Ram by offering a Chinese New Year dinner menu now through March 8th. This year marks the 40 […]


Will New Blog Bring WHYY, Together?

WHYY’s new blog covering the mayor’s race is just one piece of what could end up being a unique collaboration among Philadelphia’s most-powerful media outlets. […]


The Ultimate Recycled Christmas Tree Maze Opens in Media

It’s that point in January when I start to make fun of people who still have their holiday decorations up. However, at one Media farm, […]


Media Startup Showdown: Ranking Philly’s Three New Online News Sites

Pay no attention to those gloomy statements coming out of the city’s long-established newspapers: Philadelphia’s media scene is growing by leaps and bounds! The launch […]


ACLU Challenges Anti-Mumia Law

The ACLU has filed suit on behalf of a group of Pennsylvania journalists and academics, challenging the new law passed in the wake of Mumia […]


Daily News Cartoonist: Paris Attackers “Came After Us”

Post by Signe Wilkinson. When Signe Wilkinson heard about the deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris, she was — like the rest of […]


At Daily News, New Fears About the Future

An apparent hiring freeze and the exodus of several high-profile staffers to the Inquirer has left Daily News staffers feeling stretched thin and wondering — again […]


Lu Ann Cahn Takes Job at Temple University

Longtime NBC10 reporter Lu Ann Cahn announced last month she’s retiring from TV journalism — now we know where she’s landing: At Temple University, where […]