Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian went on trial behind closed doors in Iran on charges of spying, a case that has clouded a rapprochement with the United States.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the New York Times of meddling in Turkey's affairs with a critical editorial, angrily telling the US daily to "know your place.''
A Turkish court fined a leading newspaper for insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan while a top model went on trial on similar charges.
Luz, one of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists to survive January's Islamist attack on the French satirical magazine, published an album recounting his life after the massacre.
The king of late-night television, David Letterman, brought the curtain down on a 33-year career in an emotional final show packed with jokes and farewells from US presidents.
The king of late-night American television, David Letterman, broadcasts his final show, ending a 33-year run of unpredictable, caustic comedy that set him apart.
Cartoonist Luz, who drew Charlie Hebdo's front cover picture of Mohammed following the massacre, said he was leaving the paper.
Netflix shares surged after news reports that the streaming television giant was in talks to begin operations in China.
Facebook has teamed up with nine news publishers to launch a feature that will allow them to publish articles directly on the network's mobile news feeds.
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo received a freedom of expression award at a gala US ceremony.
Western powers are getting set to counter an expertly crafted Russian disinformation campaign over Ukraine which has left them wrong-footed too many times for comfort.
US tech giant Google unveiled a 150 million euro ($163 million) project with eight European publishers to support online journalism.
US Internet giant Yahoo said it was expanding its online offerings, unveiling 18 new video series with which it hopes to attract a larger audience and advertisers.
Dove's Choose Beautiful aiming to empower women raises controversy.
With the Apple Watch expected to sell in the millions, news organizations are refocusing their efforts to become part of that tiny screen.
Minister Counsellor of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Russia Yerlan Baizhanov informed that international observers from various countries and organisations had been invited to Kazakhstan for the early presidential elections.
Kazakhstan's Senate has approved a draft law protecting children from harmful information. One of its provisions bans 'promotion of non-traditional sexual orientation'.
A Swedish cartoonist believed to have been targeted in one of the Copenhagen shootings at the weekend has been sent into hiding.
Gennady Golovkin met media reps during his training session at Big Bear in California.
A film distributor has bought the US rights to a documentary about Charlie Hebdo in the wake of the deadly attacks at the French satirical weekly.
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