PublicationsSeptember 11, 2005

Reporting Katrina

A comprehensive look at how the news media are covering the hurricane and its aftermath.

PublicationsAugust 22, 2005

Box Scores and Bylines

A new PEJ study finds sports newspaper fronts markedly different from other section fronts.

PublicationsMay 23, 2005

The Gender Gap

A new PEJ study of the news media finds men are cited as sources much more often than women on a wide range of topics

PublicationsMarch 26, 2005

All the News That’s Fed

Though presidents have always worked hard to get their message out, the Bush administration has pushed the envelope, especially with its aggressive use of the faux news segments called video news releases.

PublicationsOctober 27, 2004

The Debate Effect

A PEJ study on how the press covered the pivotal period of the 2004 Presidential Campaign.

PublicationsJuly 12, 2004

Character and the Campaign

If presidential campaigns are about character and control of message, neither candidate has had much success so far, a new PEJ study finds.

PublicationsMarch 13, 2004

Journalist Survey

This section of the State of the News Media 2004 report details the results of a survey of more than 500 national and local reporters, editors and executives. The survey was conducted by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press in collaboration with the Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Committee of Concerned Journalists.

PublicationsFebruary 5, 2004

ePolitics 2004

A look at coverage of the presidential election on top news Web sites during the heat of the primary season.

PublicationsApril 29, 2003

Does Ownership Matter in Local Television News?

The study examines the tendencies of different local television news ownership structures.

PublicationsNovember 1, 2002

Local TV News Project 2002

In a year when the nation was changed by the war on terrorism, a recession and financial scandals, the Project for Excellence in Journalism's fifth annual study found that local television news remained largely unchanged. The study was published in the November/December 2002 issue of the Columbia Journalism Review.