Pew Research Center http://tspr.org en The State of the News Media http://tspr.org/post/state-news-media <p>The Shop Talk panelists discuss the Pew Research Center’s<a href="http://stateofthemedia.org/" target="_blank"> 2013 State of the News Media </a>report.</p><p></p><p></p><p>The study found newsroom staffs are shrinking, as are audiences. The RTDNA pointed out the survey discovered nearly one-third of news consumers have stopped turning to a particular new outlet because they were no longer getting the reporting they were accustomed to.</p> Tue, 19 Mar 2013 19:24:54 +0000 Rich Egger 30679 at http://tspr.org The State of the News Media How Voters Followed the Presidential Campaign http://tspr.org/post/how-voters-followed-presidential-campaign <p></p><p>The panelists talk about a study that found Americans used nearly every news platform available in the weeks before the November 6 election.</p><p>The study was done by the <a href="http://www.journalism.org/commentary_backgrounder/social_media_doubles_remains_limited" target="_blank">Pew Research Center</a>.&nbsp; It said the biggest gains came on the Internet – both to the websites of traditional news sources and those native to the web. Television was found to be the most useful source of campaign news.</p> Tue, 06 Nov 2012 17:39:44 +0000 Rich Egger 24011 at http://tspr.org How Voters Followed the Presidential Campaign