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report | Jan 29, 2018


This study examines the different types of sources linked to on Twitter about a widely discussed news topic: U.S. immigration. To do this, Pew Research Center researchers analyzed the sites linked to in tweets about U.S. immigration policy and news events that were posted during the first month of the Trump administration (Jan. 20-Feb. 20, […]

report | Mar 5, 2015

Facebook and Twitter—New but Limited Parts of the Local News System

As the three city surveys reveal, small segments of residents in each have added social media to the variety of ways they keep up with local news. In this section of the study, we turned from asking city residents where they get the news to closely examining social media itself. Specifically, we focused on Facebook […]

report | Mar 13, 2014

Social, Search and Direct

Direct visitors to 26 top news sites—those who type in the news outlet’s URL or have the address bookmarked—are far more engaged with that news than users who arrive from Facebook or a search engine, according to a new analysis of online traffic data.

short read | Jul 15, 2013

News magazines hit by big drop in ad pages

In a difficult advertising environment for the magazine industry overall, newly-released numbers from the Association of Magazine Media (MPA) show the nation’s news magazines being hit particularly hard.

report | Jul 20, 2012

Main Findings: Influence of Big Data in 2020

Respondents’ thoughts One major sign of the sanctification of Big Data as a topic of interest with vast potential emerged in March this year when the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health joined forces “to develop new methods to derive knowledge from data; construct new infrastructure to manage, curate and serve data to […]

transcript | Dec 19, 2011

Event Transcript: Global Christianity

In a conference call with journalists, Pew Forum staff members discussed the findings of a report, Global Christianity: A Report on the Size and Distribution of the World’s Christian Population.

report | Mar 15, 2012

The Viral Kony 2012 Video

Young adults heard more about the viral video against Joseph Kony and were more likely to learn about it through social media than other sources

report | Jun 22, 2012

Part 1: An introduction to the issues surrounding libraries and e-books

The emergence of digital content has disrupted industries and institutions that have enjoyed relatively stable practices, policies, and businesses for decades. News organizations, record companies, broadcast and movie producers, and book publishers have all been dramatically affected by the change. So have libraries. Interest in e-books took off in late 2006 with the release of […]

report | Jan 27, 2011

Main Factors Driving Population Growth

Fertility Fertility rates have fallen in most Muslim-majority countries in recent decades. Yet they remain, on average, higher than in the rest of the developing world and considerably higher than in more-developed countries. This is one of the main reasons that the global Muslim population is projected to rise both in absolute numbers and in […]

report | Feb 24, 2011

Religion in the News: Islam Was No. 1 Topic in 2010

Events and controversies related to Islam dominated U.S. press coverage of religion in 2010, bumping the Catholic Church from the top spot, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life.

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