I offer some tips on how to avoid misinformation (or “fake news”) on social media, as well as list some recommended news sources to follow.
Apple has announced the launch of a variety of digital subscription services, including Apple News+ for digital magazines and Apple TV+ as a Netflix rival.
In 2015, comics finally hit the $1 billion sales mark, a sign that comic sales are growing. But how do they compare to sales of other forms of media? I compare the various sales figures below.
A recent study by Reuters shows that there’s a split along generational lines for how news is obtained. Reuters’ survey reports[…]
Here’s what comic strips and webcomics I recommend, including classic strips (i.e., ones that’ve ended their runs). All of the strips below are available either in print compilations or have online archives.
Another Internet-related milestone has been reached, this one coming at newspapers’ expense. A study by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has shown that the number of Internet-related media jobs (labeled as “Internet publishing and broadcasting”) has as of 2016 eclipsed the number of newspaper jobs.
News came Thursday that the Tribune Company will be changing its name to… “Tronc.” “Not a hoax, not a dream, and not an imaginary story,” as old-time comics used to proclaim. Tribune is the newspaper and media conglomerate that owns the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and other newspapers.
My thoughts on the future of newspaper comics, including their flaws and how they compare to the rise in popularity of webcomics.
Recently, my comic strip reading’s shifted heavily from newspaper comic strips to webcomics. Of course, I’ve been reading newspaper comics online[…]
News came around the online world that Rupert Murdoch’s iPad-based daily newspaper, “The Daily,” is closing up shop, not having[…]