Possible Cyberattack Disrupts The Philadelphia Inquirer

Employees of The Philadelphia Inquirer will not be permitted to work in the newsroom at least through Tuesday because access to the company’s internet servers has been disrupted.

Philadelphia Inquirer Kills Comments Section On Most Stories

Philadelphia Inquirer Shutters Printing Plant, Cuts 528 Jobs

Big Missteps Put Focus On Newsroom Diversity

When the Pittsburgh Post Gazette pulled reporter Alexis Johnson off coverage of protests triggered by George Floyd’s death, nobody anticipated it would lead to a staff revolt and become a national story, part of an extraordinary week where the news media’s sluggishness in promoting diversity became part of the national conversation.

Top Editor Of Philadelphia Inquirer Resigns After ‘Buildings Matter’ Headline

Philly Inquirer Offers Voluntary Buyouts

The Philadelphia Inquirer offered voluntary buyouts to 55 guild members in sales, Poynter learned via a memo on Friday. Another voluntary buyout offer was made to fulltime newsroom employees 65 and over after some employees expressed interest in such an offer.


WPVI, Paper Partner To Study Health Care Costs


Katz, Lenfest Land Philadelphia Inquirer Company

Philly Inquirer TV Critic Jonathan Storm Retires