Lauren Gustus will become the Salt Lake City Tribune’s third female editor in the paper’s 150-year history.
Journalists at the Sacramento Bee are pushing back against a proposal that they say would tie employee performance reviews to web traffic.
The heated social media tirade followed a New York Times story that aggregated content from a Vice News scoop.
A consortium of right-leaning educators say a Times reporter should have her Pulitzer Prize revoked because of material errors in her essay.
The layoffs will impact Sacramento Bee production staff who print the newspaper for local and regional distribution.
As part of a cyber security test, the newspaper publisher told employees by email they qualified for bonuses that didn’t exist.
The Sacramento Bee will leave its 2100 Q Street headquarters next summer, a move that is intended to help offset a decline in ad revenue.
The New York Times says it will soon stop printing daily TV listings in its home edition of the newspaper.
The TV station owner says the newspaper column is “rife with inaccuracies, defamation, lies and conspiracy theories.”
Chatham Asset Management emerges as the highest bidder for the assets of the Sacramento Bee’s parent company.