Jul. 10, 2014

America’s Shifting Statehouse Press

A new study finds 1,592 journalists reporting from U.S. statehouses where the ranks of newspaper reporters have shrunk, the number of journalists at nontraditional outlets has grown and observers worry about the quality of coverage.

Mar. 26, 2014

The Revenue Picture for American Journalism and How It Is Changing

An influx of new investments from the tech world and philanthropy signify a pivot in the way we support journalism financially.

Mar. 26, 2014

The Digital Migration Becomes a Stampede

In recent years, a number of legacy journalists—some victims of layoffs or facing the prospect of job loss—have moved to the digital news realm, often at small or medium sized startups.

Mar. 26, 2014

How Big Is the Digital News World?

Mar. 26, 2014

A Boom in Acquisitions and Content Sharing Shapes Local TV News in 2013

Local television in the U.S. saw massive change in 2013, change that remained under the radar of most Americans. Big owners of local TV stations got substantially bigger, thanks to a wave of station purchases. While the TV business profited, the impact on consumers is less clear and seems to vary from one market to the next.

Mar. 26, 2014

Personal Wealth, Capital Investments and Philanthropy

Mar. 26, 2014

Impact of Consolidation on TV Economics

Mar. 26, 2014

The Growth in Digital Reporting

At a time when print newsrooms continue to shed jobs, thousands of journalists are now working in the growing world of native digital news—at small non-profits, big commercial sites and other content outlets that have moved into original news reporting.

Mar. 26, 2014

A Surge in Local TV Acquisitions Puts More Stations in the Hands of a Few

Mar. 26, 2014

Sharing With Other Media