The Pew Research Center’s 12th annual State of the News Media report offers a fresh…
State of the Media
Could it regain some of the luster investigative journalism or long-form has?
A quarter of U.S. stations broadcast news produced by other stations.
Plus smart phones are a threat.
Key takeaways from this year's State of the Media report.
The toughest news comes in the digital chapter of the report.
The desktop Web, search engines and aggregators are still prominent.
Newspapers face challenges from the big five digital innovators.
Audience for news websites grew the most.
Weather, restaurant listings and traffic reports among the most sought out information among users surveyed.
The eighth annual report on journalism and its future contains good news and bad news…
An upturn later this year will produce competing demands for deploying that extra revenue.
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"Bleak" was the way the State of the News Media 2009 report described the news…
A provocative blog post and exhaustive research both conclude it's time for action.