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Rebecca Theim was not a natural choice to become a prominent voice in the community as The Times-Picayune began its tumultuous shift to a di

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Former Times-Picayune staffer Rebecca Theim has written Hell and High Water, a book that covers the dramatic transition of Th

[Updated] While I don't share the belief that being first is automatically better, I understand that it is a time-honored news phi

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As of 9:45 a.m., the Nola.com app still hosted a poll that asked, "Should we wish President Obama well in his second term?" The possible responses

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[Updated] So far, New Orleans has had two panels and one symposium to help it get a grip on its changing media landscape - what's

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The first 45 minutes of last night's news forum "Where Do We Go From Here" focused on the future of journalism.

Updated: It's rare that we get to say that New Orleans is on the cutting edge of something other celebrations and NFL player motiv

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At 7:52 a.m., the lead Entertainment stories on Nola.com's mobile site date back to Monday - The Newsroom and True Blood renewed,

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The last time I looked at the Nola.com app, I was on the Entertainment page, so when I launched the app today at 7:30 a.m., it opened with Entertai

My wife and I decided that if The Times-Picayune owners thought we didn't need the paper four days of the week, we probably didn't need it t

On Monday afternoon, New Orleans protested in New Orleans fashion.

[Updated] In today's T-P, James Gill analyzes a