mercoledì 20 marzo 2013
E' uscito The State of the News Media Report, 2013 del Pew Research Center for Excellence in Journalism.
NPR ha trasmesso un'interessante intervista a Amy Mitchell, acting director del centro.
Dalla presentazione del rapporto:
"In 2012, a continued erosion of news reporting resources converged with growing opportunities for those in politics, government agencies, companies and others to take their messages directly to the public.
Signs of the shrinking reporting power are documented throughout this year’s report. Estimates for newspaper newsroom cutbacks in 2012 put the industry down 30% since its peak in 2000 and below 40,000 full-time professional employees for the first time since 1978. In local TV, our special content report reveals, sports, weather and traffic now account on average for 40% of the content produced on the newscasts studied while story lengths shrink."
Pubblicato da Lucio Picci a 15:34