Spanish-Language Newspapers in the U.S.
The number of Spanish language newspapers in the country has grown from just over 200 in 1970 to roughly 700 in 2004.
Magazine Readership by Select Genre
An estimated 170 million Americans read pop culture and entertainment magazines, while roughly 65 million read those news magazines.
Average Viewership of the Presidential Debates
An average of 52 million Americans watched the presidential debates in 2004, though that doesn’t include C-Span. NBC was the ratings leader in debate coverage.
Geographic Focus of Stories in Amsterdam News
The US was the dominant region receiving coverage in the Amsterdam News, with the local geographic area the focus of the bulk of the stories.
How Often People Watch Local TV News
The percentage of Americans who say they regularly watch local TV news fell 22% from 1993 to 2004.
Income of Spanish-Language News Professionals
The majority of those working in Spanish language journalism make somewhere between $25,000 and $49,999.
Language Preferred for Local TV News, Various Ethnicities
In contrast with other ethnic groups, the majority of Hispanics prefer to watch local TV news in their ancestral language.
Language Preferred for Newspapers, Various Ethnicities
Although Hispanics prefer to receive electronic media in Spanish, the majority report they would rather read newspapers in English.
Language Preferred for Talk Radio, Various Ethnicities
In contrast with other ethnic groups, the majority of Hispanics prefer to listen to talk radio in their ancestral language.
Language Preferred for the Internet, Various Ethnicities
Unlike television and print, online major immigrant populations prefer English as the primary language.