Number of Magazines by Select Genres, 1980-2004
Popular culture and entertainment magazines are now more numerous than business or news publications.
Magazine Readership by Select Genre
An estimated 170 million Americans read pop culture and entertainment magazines, while roughly 65 million read those news magazines.
Language Preferred for the Internet, Various Ethnicities
Unlike television and print, online major immigrant populations prefer English as the primary language.
Topics Covered by Amsterdam News
The front page of the Amsterdam News was heavy with domestic affiars and politics in 2004.
Topics Covered by Sing Tao
Home region coverage made up the largest chunk of the front-page coverage in Sing Tao that PEJ examined in 2004.
Topics Covered in El Diario
El Diario had the most diverse spread of topics covered on its front page in the period PEJ examined in 2004.
Network vs. Local TV News Consumption
Although they have both lost audience, network news has more of its audience since 1993 than has local news. One factor is that local TV has expanded dramatically the number of hours it broadcasts, particularly in the morning.
Topics Covered in Hoy
More than half of the stories on the Hoy front page in the time PEJ studied in 2004 were focused on domestic affairs.
Topics Covered in Pakistan Post
The Pakistan Post front page focused the least on U.S. politics and government out of the five ethnic papers PEJ studied.
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.