Muni's bogus tax shelter and theGuardian's bogus lawsuit.
The Guild is up against a cost-cutting mogul and declining revenues, but the union continues to seek converts
The Chron has Phil people and Rosey people. Correction--it only has Phil people now.
Activists aren't happy about the deal struck between Clint Reilly and Bay Area media barons
The much-loved Web site is taking millions from Bay Area newspapers and causing layoffs that adversely affect coverage. And its founder's well-intentioned support of citizen journalism has a slim chance of fixing the problem.
S.F. Democrats have talked "values" for years, but it's all been empty talk. To make a national comeback, Demos need to concentrate on moral works.
Overpriced Sports Star Joins Local Team; Light Reading; A Match Made in Heaven; A Suggestion for Rearranging the Deck Chairs at Salon.com
A media chain buys a local television station. Employees worry. Oh, the horror.
Are you ready for a real newspaper rivalry?
How to tell whether the San Francisco Chronicle is becoming a great newspaper, or another nondescript Hearst money-machine
Corporate shifts at Knight-Ridder cost the Merc control of its Mexico City news bureau, the last such source of Mexico news in the Bay Area
The Joint Operating Agreement deprives the Chronicle of the resources it needs to produce a great newspaper; it also prevents the afternoon Examiner from connecting with the readers it needs to survive. Since the JOA makes it inevitable that only one wil