The Village Voice released its Comics Issue this week, with an inventive and eye-catching cover done by longtime alt-cartoonist Ward Sutton.
Village Voice Media has released a new iPhone app, "Best Of..." which allows users to find and "check in" to local businesses, bars and food joints by proximity and category in multiple cities.
Village Voice Media has earned the 2010 James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism for its series, "Amongst U.S.," a group project of twenty stories that appeared across VVM's fourteen publications last year.
Village Voice Media announced today it has sold The Pitch of Kansas City to Nashville-based media company Southcomm, Inc., which also owns LEO Weekly and Nashville Scene.
The City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism has named former Village Voice reporter Tom Robbins to the newly-created position of Investigative Journalist in Residence.
A 2,500 word profile of Village Voice legend Wayne Barrett will appear in the Sunday print edition of the New York Times.
Three AAN publications have been announced as finalists in the Society of Publication Designers annual awards.
City Pages (Twin Cities) publisher Mark Bartel has departed after twenty-nine years with the Minneapolis-based publication, thirteen of those were as publisher.
Village Voice Media announced this morning that Village Voice publisher Michael Cohen is stepping down and will be replaced by SF Weekly publisher Josh Fromson. SF Weekly advertising director Gil Padia will take over for Fromson in San Francisco.
The Village Voice may be peddling more than just hard-hitting prose.