Pew Research Center survey reports, demographic studies and data-driven analysis
How Newspapers Are Faring Trying to Build Digital Revenue
The search for a new revenue model to revive the newspaper industry is making only halting progress, but some individual newspapers are faring much better than the industry overall and may provide signs of a path forward.
Digital Advertising and News
Although revenue from digital advertising in the U.S. is expected to grow significantly in the next few years, major news organizations still face challenges in trying to harness that trend and ensure their financial futures as audiences continue to migrate online.
Gingrich and Romney Both Face Mixed Portrayal
As Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney took their battle for the Republican presidential nomination to Florida for its Jan. 31 primary, both of them arrive in the state with portrayals in the news media that are almost equally mixed
Economy Fades as Election Intensifies
The weakening economy was the most-covered news story in 2011, but it has now been overtaken by coverage of the presidential campaign.
Campaign 2012 and the Media
After winning the first two nominating contests, Mitt Romney is getting more negative news coverage heading into Saturday’s South Carolina primary than he has at any time so far in the GOP race, according to the first edition of an ongoing analysis of election news by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism.
News Coverage Index: The Santorum Surge Story Comes True
In the days before Iowans finally caucused, the news media were most focused on the shifting horse race that foreshadowed Rick Santorum’s strong late showing, according to an analysis of the leading themes in the Iowa press narrative by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism.