Pew Research Center Dec. 10, 2012

Jesse Holcomb

Jesse Holcomb is a senior researcher at the Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project. He studies and writes about the information revolution and its impact on the U.S. news media. Before joining the Pew Research Center, Holcomb was a staff writer at the Public Interest Network and editorial assistant at Sojourners magazine. He received his master’s […]

Pew Research Center Nov. 28, 2012

Carroll Doherty

Carroll Doherty is director of political research at the Pew Research Center. He plays a leading role in developing the center’s research agenda and overseeing editorial content about long-term trends in political values, U.S. views on policy issues and priorities, and political knowledge and news interest. Doherty regularly provides analysis of public opinion and politics […]

Pew Research Center Nov. 28, 2012

Alan Murray

Alan Murray has been president of the Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., since January 2013. He previously spent 29 years at The Wall Street Journal, where he most recently served as Deputy Managing Editor and Executive Editor, Online. Murray spent a decade as the Journal’s Washington Bureau Chief, during which the bureau won three […]

Pew Research Center Nov. 28, 2012

Paul Hitlin

Paul Hitlin is a senior researcher for the Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project. He supervises the project’s content coding operations and assists with the design of content analysis studies. Hitlin has led research for many of the project’s reports, with a particular emphasis on politics, automated sentiment analysis and social media. Prior to joining the […]

Pew Research Center Nov. 28, 2012

Mark Jurkowitz

Mark Jurkowitz is the associate director at the Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project. He studies and writes the about the changing news and information ecosystem, focusing on everything from media content analysis to the economics of a news industry in transition. A long-time press writer, Jurkowitz spent 10 years at the Boston Globe, first as […]

Pew Research Center Nov. 28, 2012

Amy Mitchell

Amy Mitchell is director of Journalism Research for the Pew Research Center and oversees the center’s Journalism Project. This includes responsibility for the center’s various research efforts around news and information, including working to understand how people get the information they need to be effective citizens as well as how news is reported, produced and […]