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February 27, 2009

Newspapers: Online Growth, but Print Losses are Bigger

Filed under: newspapers,pew centers,statistics,study,survey — Lynne @ 4:01 pm

The trend is unmistakable: Fewer Americans are reading print newspapers as more turn to the internet for their news. And while the percentage of people who read newspapers online is growing rapidly, especially among younger generations, that growth has not offset the decline in print readership.

More from the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.

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September 15, 2008

Gender, Parenting, and Work: The debate that won’t let up.

Filed under: gender,pew centers,roundup_bits,study,survey,Uncategorized — Lynne @ 4:32 pm

Governor Palin’s addition to the presidential ticket has sparked more “Mommy Wars” among mothers, and in the media. From the past couple of days:

May 21, 2008

Journalists have a love/hate relationship with new media.

Filed under: journalism,study — Lynne @ 9:55 pm

A survey of U.S. journalists by Brodeur, suggests that blogs are impacting tone, speed and availability of news.
The study surveyed journalists from five different beats — politics, lifestyle, technology, healthcare and travel.
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