The Knight Ridder Sale and the Outlook for Newspapers
The enduring cynicism over the Knight Ridder sale has a hollow sound. The events set in motion by the McClatchy Company’s purchase can spark a chain reaction (so to speak) that would bring something close to the new economic model journalists have been wishing for.
A new PEJ study takes an in-depth look at tabloids and compares them to traditional broadsheet newspapers.
Box Scores and Bylines
A new PEJ study finds sports newspaper fronts markedly different from other section fronts.
The Unexamined Presidency
A review of the early press coverage of George W. Bush's administration reveals some unexpected and troubling features of contemporary political journalism: even the most serious newspapers in the country have pulled back dramatically on covering the presidency.
The First 100 Days
Did George W. Bush really get an easier ride from the media in his first months in office?
Framing the News
The narrative techniques and underlying messages in newspaper coverage.