Latest Project for Excellence in Journalism Stories

YouTube Emerging As Important Source For News
2012-07-16 11:22:19

Reporting the world’s news is big business and many large news corporations work tirelessly to get their stories out to the world, yet with no reporters, no high-tech equipment, and no satellite feeds, one company is emerging as a significant and important source for news

Pew Report: News Consumption Grows Across Multiple Screens
2012-03-21 06:58:10

The State of the News Media 2012 report from Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism finds that people access news on their phones, tablets, and are likely to also take a peek at current events on their computers.

Majority Of Tablet Owners Are Reading News On Their Devices
2011-10-25 11:15:18

According to a new study, catching up on news is among the most popular activities for tablet computer owners.

2011-03-14 12:10:04

A report released on Monday said that the rapid growth of smartphones and electronic tablets is making the Internet the destination of choice for consumers looking for news.

2010-09-27 13:53:42

According to a Pew study released on Monday, Apple attracts more coverage from the mainstream US media than any other US technology company -- and most of it is positive.

2010-07-29 04:10:00

NEW YORK, July 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- When the Pew Research Center, one of the world's most respected sources for public opinion polls and analysis, is discovered engaging in some shaky polling methodology, the situation warrants more than a private email admitting error.

2010-04-12 14:20:00

According to a survey released on Monday, almost half of all US news agencies and newspapers think their organizations will be nonexistent within 10 years unless a new source of revenue can be found and implemented.

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