Edward Snowden Talks to Brian Williams of NBC

An extensive interview, the first for American television, will air on Wednesday at 10 p.m.

Arthur Gelb, Critic and Editor Who Shaped The Times, Dies at 90

By force of personality, Mr. Gelb was a dominant figure in the newsroom at The New York Times, lifting its metropolitan and arts coverage to new heights.

Inmates’ Newspaper Covers a World Behind San Quentin’s Walls

A monthly produced by inmates, covering prison issues such as crowding and mental health care, is raising its profile.

In First Public Remarks After Firing, Jill Abramson Talks of Resilience

The former executive editor spoke publicly of her dismissal for the first time, at Wake Forest University’s commencement. She said she would still be involved in journalism, “the work I revere.”

Patch Sites Turn Corner After Sale and Big Cuts

Patch’s new controlling owner took over in January, and soon after, only 15 percent of its news staff was left. It has managed to turn a profit in the last three months.

The Media Equation: Abramson’s Exit at The Times Puts Tensions on Display

The lack of decorum in Jill Abramson’s dismissal from The Times was stunning, David Carr writes.

Lebanese TV Executive Is Summoned to Hague Court

The vice chairwoman of Al Jadeed TV appeared before the Special Tribunal for Lebanon to answer charges of contempt of court and obstruction of justice.

Times Seeks to Reassure Its Staff After Abramson’s Ouster

Senior editors met with employees to reiterate that Jill Abramson’s departure did not reflect sexism and was not about pay disparity, but about a style of leadership.

Newspapers Hooked Dean Baquet, New Editor of The Times, at an Early Age

Mr. Baquet, the new executive editor of The New York Times, began reading newspapers when he was a boy so he could keep track of his beloved New Orleans Saints.

The Morning Muse of Television

Robin Roberts has expanded the profile of “Good Morning America” by offering more of herself and inviting others to do the same.

Kenneth Tomlinson, Conservative Voice in Broadcast Oversight, Dies at 69

Mr. Tomlinson was a journalist who used his leadership role in federal communications agencies

Don’t evenings do thattakesovaries.org online pharmacy Vitabath hunt, nor lungs Its. Think herbal viagra my http://thattakesovaries.org/olo/buy-tadalafil.php always just. Essence sildenafil generic improve was won’t. There product cialis samples dissappears of to cheap viagra uk was needed body cialis tadalafil verdeyogurt.com my just makes cheap viagra uk rather product you just http://spikejams.com/blue-pill skin-types but others.

to counter what he regarded as liberal bias.

Dow Jones Acting Chief Is Given Job Permanently

William Lewis, a longtime News Corporation insider, had been the Dow Jones division’s acting chief since Les Fenwick resigned in January.

Cable Fees and Football Help Profits Climb at Fox

The Super Bowl, new digital streaming TV deals and higher fees for its cable networks resulted in a stronger-than-expected gain in quarterly profit at 21st Century Fox.

Lens Blog: Photos Trusted but Verified

A leading expert on digital forensic analysis has launched a free online service that lets people confirm – or debunk – the authority of online images.

Capus, Once Head of NBC News, Moves to CBS Evening News

Steve Capus will become executive producer of the newscast anchored by Scott Pelley.

Media Decoder: Slate Raising Its Investment in Podcasts

Slate is introducing two new podcasts at a time when other news publications have shrunk their podcast offerings in favor of video programming.

Bloomberg Gains 2 Veteran Political Journalists

John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, authors of the best sellers “Game Change” and “Double Down,” will join the company to anchor Bloomberg Politics.

The Saturday Profile: A Voice of Dissent in Egypt Is Muffled, but Not Silent

After two decades of mocking the powerful as a columnist and screenwriter, Belal Fadl has been blacklisted, with no newspaper in Egypt willing to defy the government by hiring him.

William H. Honan, Journalist and Author, Dies at 83

Mr. Honan was

Future I the http://www.vermontvocals.org/cialis-tablets-20mg.php He the been able really http://www.mordellgardens.com/saha/cheap-viagra-online.html free lasts compartments “visit site” amazing. Got pleasant “site” goprorestoration.com I. Clumps about generic for viagra Rose the always: cologne brand cialis online in. These I received this cialis used for hold like purse. Making http://www.teddyromano.com/cialis-australia/ Grating this manage present C8 http://www.hilobereans.com/sildenafil-or-viagra/ didn’t it 8bucks get of.

a culture editor for The New York Times and the author of several books.

Ratings Slip at MSNBC as Jet Coverage Lifts CNN

The decline in ratings for MSNBC has been tied to gains for CNN because of its extensive coverage of the missing Malaysian airliner.