Huffington Post :: Seven years ago, Rupert Murdoch ended the 105-year-long ownership of the Wall Street Journal by the Bancroft family, when he bought the paper for $5 billion.
Poynter :: Tom Brady destroyed his cell phone. Now the Chicago Bears apparently would like beat reporters to self-destruct or otherwise disappear.
CPJ :: The Pentagon has produced its first Department of Defense-wide Law of War Manual and the results are not encouraging for journalists who, the documents states, may be treated as "unprivileged belligerents."
Read Frank Smyth, cpj.org
Re/code :: Trevor O'Brien, who joined Twitter a year and a half ago from YouTube and oversees product for Twitter's iOS and Android apps, is departing the company, according to multiple sources.
Guardian :: The paper, which is family-owned, is “flicking the switch” on 3 August in a move which will see it charge a £3 monthly “subscription” to what it calls “heavier users” of its website.
Rapid TV News :: NBC Universo has announced a new partnership with mitú, the technology-driven media brand comprised of Latino digital content creators and social media influencers.