Free of shelf-space limitations, the web’s ability to make ‘golden oldies’ accessible to everyone forever will force us to reassess the importance of ‘newness’
But like Shia LaBeouf, Britney Spears et al, she’ll find there’s no escaping the magic kingdom
The Book Review was once American literary culture’s holy of holies, but neither books nor criticism count for much any more
Chicago-based film critic with a global following
Twenty years ago Shane Smith set up a hip little Montreal magazine called Vice. Then along came the internet and Vice reinvented itself as the edgiest, wildest online media brand in the world. It’s staffed by twentysomethings and aimed at a global youth who have no interest in mainstream media. Which is why he is courted by everyone from Rupert Murdoch to Google. Here he explains what drives his brand of gonzo journalism
The sale of 107-year-old magazine to a blog company for a bargain price is a reminder that paid-for is not a panacea
Tabloid claims photographs of the royal in Las Vegas hotel room published in public interest
Reviews and events mag begun in 1968 looks to advertising revenue based on circulation boost to 300,000
As the BBC streams 24 Olympic channels, newspapers are battling to win gold for online clicks
Financial paper, to be renamed WSJ, likely to be business model as publisher seeks to generate revenue on multiple platforms
The head of a girls’ private school won praise for her attack on the west’s obsession with celebrity. But are today’s teens really naive enough to see reality TV stars as role models?
Wayne Rooney and Jack Wilshere tweets broke rules for not clearly stating they were adverts
Last year’s Sony awards were dominated by men. Will things change this time round?
Why is it that the most royalist parts of the press are also the ones most eager to report on supposed ‘embarrassments’ to the family?
German court rules that YouTube must take down copyrighted music clips – a move which could lead to royalty payments
With 32 titles, including Vanity Fair and the New Yorker, available on Android for $14.99 a month, it will be interesting to see what lessons newspapers can learn from co-operation