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Where news is heading

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research on news audience behavior, attitudes and the economics of of journalism in the United States.

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Where news is heading

  1. 1. Where news is heading Key trends in American journalism, news and technology Jesse Holcomb Associate Director of Journalism Research, Pew Research Center
  2. 2. November 16, 2016 2www.pewresearch.org Many pathways to news
  3. 3. November 16, 2016 3www.pewresearch.org Big shifts in devices people use to access information
  4. 4. November 16, 2016 4www.pewresearch.org Coincides with a shift in the services they use
  5. 5. November 16, 2016 5www.pewresearch.org Most have pay TV, though some are cutting the cord
  6. 6. November 16, 2016 6www.pewresearch.org Interest in news is as high as ever
  7. 7. November 16, 2016 7www.pewresearch.org About four-in-ten Americans often get news online, but TV still commands the largest reach
  8. 8. November 16, 2016 8www.pewresearch.org News watchers overwhelmingly still prefer television, while readers have migrated to the web
  9. 9. Non-journalistic sources now part of public’s media landscape, too November 16, 2016 9www.pewresearch.org
  10. 10. November 16, 2016 10www.pewresearch.org Social media’s sharp rise as a prominent pathway to news
  11. 11. Digital publishers have established presence on most social platforms November 16, 2016 11www.pewresearch.org
  12. 12. November 16, 2016 12www.pewresearch.org Americans are quickly migrating to mobile
  13. 13. November 16, 2016 13www.pewresearch.org
  14. 14. Our study of ‘engaged time’ spent with news on mobile suggests engagement can expand to meet the demands of more in-depth journalism November 16, 2016 14www.pewresearch.org
  15. 15. November 16, 2016 15www.pewresearch.org News habits differ starkly by generation
  16. 16. November 16, 2016 16www.pewresearch.org
  17. 17. November 16, 2016 17www.pewresearch.org Economic pressures continue for publishers
  18. 18. Total revenue across industry has declined dramatically November 16, 2016 18www.pewresearch.org
  19. 19. November 16, 2016 19www.pewresearch.org Most of the losses felt in print
  20. 20. November 16, 2016 20www.pewresearch.org TV news steady, with some growth
  21. 21. November 16, 2016 21www.pewresearch.org Digital advertising a growing business, but unevenly distributed
  22. 22. Public radio stations are one of the more revenue- diverse news enterprises November 16, 2016 22www.pewresearch.org
  23. 23. More news revenue now coming from the audience November 16, 2016 23www.pewresearch.org
  24. 24. Crowd-funding just one example November 16, 2016 24www.pewresearch.org
  25. 25. November 16, 2016 25www.pewresearch.org Mapping American newsgathering and newsroom resources
  26. 26. November 16, 2016 26www.pewresearch.org Sharpest declines in newsroom workforce since 2009 39% Percent decline of newsroom staff 1994-2014, according to ASNE
  27. 27. Impact felt on the local level
  28. 28. In DC: print scales back, digital publishers plant a flag 11/16/16 28
  29. 29. Fewer communities with a Washington correspondent 11/16/16 29
  30. 30. November 16, 2016 30www.pewresearch.org Nonprofit startups proliferating
  31. 31. November 16, 2016 31www.pewresearch.org Public attitudes: the trust and approval deficit
  32. 32. November 16, 2016 32www.pewresearch.org Low marks for national news media
  33. 33. November 16, 2016 33www.pewresearch.org Trust is higher for news orgs than for social media
  34. 34. Americans largely believe in the media’s watchdog role, but also write off the media as biased November 16, 2016 34www.pewresearch.org
  35. 35. November 16, 2016 35www.pewresearch.org
  36. 36. Where news is heading Key trends in American journalism, news and technology Jesse Holcomb Associate Director of Journalism Research, Pew Research Center

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