An article by freelancer Rob Sgobbo has been removed from the Village Voice website after the paper learned that Sgobbo "invented a character" in the story.
Wayne Barrett, whose column has appeared in the Village Voice since 1978, says that he and political reporter Tom Robbins are leaving the paper.
“Neither judges with gavels nor editors with delusions fueled by martinis can tell people which website or newspaper to read,” said VVMH executive editor Michael Lacey.
In a six to one decision, the California Supreme Court has denied SF Weekly's petition to review the $22 million judgment against it.
In a proactive effort to protect its advertisers, users, and minors Backpage.com calls for creation of national task force to fight illegal users of online classified sites.
The New York Times says medical marijuana ads are giving alt-weeklies a financial boost.
In a conversation with AAN, VVM Executive Vice President Scott Spear addressed the use of lawsuits in order to protect the company's registered trademarks.
Village Voice Media responds to lawsuit against Backpage.com.
Business Insider reporter Joe Pompeo calls the Village Voice "relevant again."
Just four days after filing a federal lawsuit against a former employee, Phoenix New Times has turned its attention to the owner of another "Best Of Phoenix" website.