Pew Research Center Jun. 23, 2010

Is it likely that readers will be willing to pay for news online?

Senior research staff answer questions from readers relating to all the areas covered by our seven projects, ranging from polling techniques and findings, to media, technology, religious, demographic and global attitudes trends.

Media & News Apr. 12, 2010

Tomorrow’s News

Most media executives do not see a bright future for journalism. Still, newspaper leaders are more optimistic than their partners in broadcast. Finding revenue is a giant problem, but there is strong resistance to taking government or advocacy dollars.

Media & News Apr. 6, 2010

Transforming Journalism: The State of the News Media 2010

Never before has so much information been available to so many people. But what role will media play in its dissemination? Can legacy media adapt so that legacy doesn’t come to mean extinct? A panel of experts discuss PEJ’s recently released “State of the News Media” report.

Hispanic Apr. 1, 2010

Latinos and the 2010 Census: The Foreign Born Are More Positive

Foreign-born Latinos are more likely to say the census is good for the Hispanic community and are more knowledgeable about the process than native-born Latinos. But large majorities of both groups plan to participate.

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Media & News Mar. 15, 2010

Database: Media Ownership

Who Owns the News Media is an interactive database of companies that own news properties in the United States. Use the site to compare the companies, explore each media sector or read profiles of individual companies.

Media & News Mar. 15, 2010

State of the News Media 2010

Inside news companies, the most immediate worry is how much lost revenue the industry will regain as the economy improves. But the future of news depends on longer-term concerns. What are the prospects for alternative journalism organizations that are forming around the country? Will traditional media adapt and innovate amid continuing pressures to thin their ranks?

Pew Research Center Sep. 25, 2009

Where the News Comes From — And Why It Matters

Newspapers are still the largest originating, gathering source of real news; the crisis they face is not loss of audience but loss of revenue.

Media & News Mar. 30, 2009

Online Journalists Optimistic About Revenue, Concerned About Quality

Internet journalists see a revenue path on the web, but also say the internet is changing journalism mostly for the worse.

Media & News Mar. 16, 2009

State of the News Media 2009

Even before the recession, the fundamental question facing journalism was whether the news industry could win a race against the clock for survival. In the last year, two important things happened that have effectively shortened the time left on that clock. Some of the numbers are chilling.

Media & News Jul. 21, 2008

The Changing Newsroom: Gains and Losses in Today’s Papers

It has fewer pages than three years ago, the paper stock is thinner, and the stories are shorter. There is less foreign and national news, less space devoted to science, the arts, features and a range of specialized subjects. These are just some of the changes documented in a new report by the Project for Excellence in Journalism that examines the resources in American newsrooms at a critical time.