Report | Mar 19, 2008
State of the News Media 2008: Radio

News remains an important part of what was once simply called radio. In many ways, indeed, the tradition of listening to the news — aural transmission is the original way people got news — is among the most enduring.

Report | Mar 19, 2007
State of the News Media 2007: Digital Journalism

The newspaper’s Web site, the internal report began, was now 10 years old. “Its stated strategy was to be an indispensable information retailer,” complete with “news, listings, reviews, databases,” and more.

Report | Mar 19, 2007
State of the News Media 2007: Newspapers

Is the newspaper industry dying? Not now. On an average day, roughly 51 million people still buy a newspaper, and 124 million in all still read one.1

Report | Mar 19, 2007
State of the News Media 2007: Online

In 2006, the Internet as a platform for news continued to expand and mature, with more options offered to citizens than ever before. But with that have come nuances, some shaking out, and signs that not all elements of online news are growing equally.

Report | Mar 19, 2007
State of the News Media 2007: Cable TV

Cable TV news is maturing. The medium that changed journalism at the end of the last century is no longer a new technology, with all the growth, experimentation, controversy and sense of zeitgeist that entails.

Report | Mar 19, 2007
State of the News Media 2007: Local TV

Local TV news, long America’s most popular information medium, is hardly proving immune to the revolution changing journalism.

Report | Mar 19, 2007
State of the News Media 2007: Magazines

After a decade of speculation that technology might render the news weekly obsolete, the field heading into 2007 seems at long last on the cusp of genuine change – especially among the biggest titles.

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