Award-winning film critic Jim Hoberman has been laid off by The Village Voice, where he has been a staff writer for 29 years.
Village Voice Media, in conjunction with the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, is offering an intensive, eight-week, paid summer fellowship for minority students concentrating on web and digital media.
Village Voice Media director of new media Bill Jensen is leaving for Buzz Media in Los Angeles, where he will become the vice president/general manager for music.
A coalition of 36 clergy members placed a full-page ad in The New York Times demanding the closure of the Backpage.com adult classified section.
Editorial staffers at City Pages (Twin Cities), Dallas Observer, OC Weekly, Seattle Weekly, and SF Weekly are hit.
Village Voice reporter Graham Rayman's five-part series, The NYPD Tapes, is a shocking portrait of how the New York Police Department operates behind closed doors.
The Association for Women in Communications has awarded Village Voice Media executive editor Michael Lacey with the 2011 Clarion Award for newspaper feature writing.
A federal judge in St. Louis dismissed the suit brought by a teenage sex trafficking victim, affirming that websites cannot be held liable for content posted by users.
In an homage to the classic post-9/11 cover of The Village Voice, next month's Reader's Digest features the same photo that originally appeared in the Voice ten years ago.
Content company Demand Media's recently bought ad startup IndieClick Media and will soon sell advertising for Village Voice Media as a result.