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The idea of government providing tax incentives to help support the news media was raised recently in The Atlantic. It’s not a far fetched idea. Government has subsidized a number of businesses to encourage their growth and if they …
There is a seasonality to many media stories. From our perspective as public relations professionals, it’s highly beneficial to be aware of those stories the news media have to do every season. This time of year, like clockwork, the media …
Pew Research Center produces an annual report on the state of the news media. This year, as in years past, the news media business remains challenged. Though much of the economy continues to grow, employment in this industry does not. …
Strife Among Univision Brass Precedes Cuts
Univision is still the nation’s largest Spanish-language media outlet, but its audience has dropped sharply in recent year and competitors are nipping at its heels. This week its new CEO announced it is laying …
BuzzFeed Spotlights its Commitment to Reporting
A development in the ever-changing world of journalism: BuzzFeed has set up a separate site for its news stories. According to TechCrunch, the organization wants to make it clearer that it does in-depth …
Debating the value of journalism training
Journalism schools: Are they needed? Or at least, are they needed anymore? Columbia Journalism Review explores these questions by presenting three points of view — yes, no, and depends on the cost. Here at …
As the Goldman blog does each year, we make note of Pew Research Center’s comprehensive annual analysis of the news media. This important set of documents are a compendium of research done by Pew Research Center about the news …
In the most extensive survey of its kind, the United States ranks near the bottom of industrialized countries when it comes to trusting their news media. Global Research has an article about the survey results. There are a number of …
The Pew Research Center has begun releasing its annual analysis of the state of the news media. Its first two reports on newspapers and cable news were posted yesterday online here. These annual reports which look at audience composition …