Would you rather listen to the news, watch it, or read it? Depending on your answer, you could be in the minority of how Americans consume news. The largest group, roughly half of all Americans, prefer getting their news from …
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Advertising revenue is the lifeblood of newspapers. From 2000 to 2016 U.S. newspaper advertising income has declined from $65 billion to less than $19 billion. The falloff isn’t stopping. A number of newspapers no longer exist and most are dying, …
Some Teen Journalists Encounter Censorship
Sensitive subjects — from investigations into personnel matters to relationships — are provoking anger and censorship for some school newspapers, according to the New York Times. Its story notes that a 1988 Supreme Court …
Last week Pew Research Center came out with its annual “State of the News Media” report which they have been producing since 2004. It is actually a series of fact sheets that document the evolving way we consume news. For …
There are many interesting facts provided by Pew Research Center in their “State of the News Media” report. Today, we look at their “Newspaper Fact Sheet”. It clearly provides evidence for the continuing, sad, rapid decline of daily newspapers’ …
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 …
A Wired story explains how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used at The Washington Post to write mundane, data heavy stories. At this point, journalist at the newspaper see it as helpful, allowing them to address the more mundane aspect …
According to a story in The New York Times, nonprofit journalism organizations are seeing a flood of small and large contributions following the election. The amount of giving is substantially more than last year. Why this is is unclear. …
The New York Times reports on the continuing decline in top newspapers across the country. Mentioned in the story are The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times – and yes – the New York …
Mashable describes how Tribune Publishing is trying a new management model. It is combining the jobs of editor-in-chief and publisher with the business responsibility going to the editor-in-chief who oversees journalism. Two of the country’s largest newspapers Chicago Tribune and …