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Traditional Journalism: Is it Old News?

TRADITIONAL JOURNALISM:



Is It Old News?:



HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE WAY PEOPLE CONSUME NEWS



OLD-SCHOOL JOURNALISM APPEARS TO BE IN DECLINE



According to a 2011 FCC study:



Between 2005 and 2009: NEWSPAPER AD REVENUE DROPPED 47%



Between 2006 and 2011: DAILY NEWSPAPER STAFFS SHRANK 25%



According to a 2013 study from the Pew Research Center:

72% of adults get most news from friends and family, including social media



From 2006 to 2012 adult (under 30) regular local TV VIEWERSHIP DROPPED 14%



From 2006 to 2001, news producing TV station REVENUE FELL 36%



PEOPLE ARE FINDING NEW WAYS TO GET INFORMATION



31% of respondents in the 2013 Pew Research study abandoned a news outlet that no longer provided the information the expected



Why did they leave?

61% The stories were less complete than they had been

24% There were fewer news stories



THE NEWS IS MOVING ONLINE

TV stations and newspapers are the largest providers of local news online



Tablet and smartphone owners:

58% of print news subscribers who us on iPad a lot said they were very likely to cancel print subscriptions within 6 months



OVER 50% get news on their device every week

OVER 33% get news on their device every day



JOURNALISM CAREERS:

What's the scoop?

This overview of related careers is based on 2012-2013 BLS data, with faster-growing fields listed first. Wages may vary depending on location, qualifications, and other factors.



Career/RESPONSIBILITIES MAY INCLUDE/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS/2010-2020 PROJECTED GROWTH/2012 NAT'L EMPLOYMENT & SALARY/STATES WITH HIGHEST EMPLOYMENT



PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS/Supplying press release to media outlets, Writing materials for PR campaigns/Bachelor's degree typically required/23% faster than average/Employed: 201,280, Top 10%: $101,030 or higher, Median: 54,170, Bottom 10%: Up to $30,760/CA, NY, TX, PA, FL



BROADCAST NEWS ANALYSTS/Interpreting news stories and offering analysis, Broadcasting news for various media/Bachelor's degree and experience preferred, 10% About average growth, Employed: 5,170, Top 10%: $170,400 or higher, Median: $55,380, Bottom 10%: Up to $27,450, CA, NY, TX, IL, FL



RADIO AND TELEVISION ANNOUNCERS/Reading scripts for news reports or commercial messages, Interviewing guests on radio or TV, Bachelor's degree and experience preferred, 7% Slower than average growth, Employed: 31,340, Top 10%: $78,630 or higher, Media: $28,020, Bottom 10%: Up to $17,270, CA, TX, NY, FL, PA



EDITORS/Verifying data and facts, Rewriting copy for readability, Collaborating with writers on contact, Bachelor's degree preferred, 1% Slower than average growth, Employed: 99,040, Top 10%: $%104,660 or higher, Median: $53,880, Bottom 10%: Up to $29,340, NY, CA, TX, IL, MA



REPORTERS AND CORRESPONDENTS/Gathering news through interviews, investigation, or research, Reporting and writing about local, international, or U.S. events/Bachelor's degree and experience preferred/-8% Moderate decline/Employed: 45,570, Top 10%: $104,660 or higher/Median: $53,880, Bottom 10%: Up to $29,340/NY, CA, FL, OH, TX TRADITIONAL JOURNALISM: L It Old Newe? HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE WAY PEOPLE CONSUME NEWS OLD-SCHOOL JOURNALISM APPEARS TO BE IN DECLINE Acconding to a 2011 FCC đudy: Betiween 2005 and 2009: NEWSPAPER AD REVENUE DROPPED Betiween 2006 and. 2011: DAILY NEWSPAPER ( 25% STAFFS SHRANK 47% According to a 2013 atudy from the Pew Research Contor: 72% From 2006 to 2012, From 2006 to 2011, adult (under 30) regular local TV news-producing TV station VIEWERSHIP DROPPED 14% REVENUE FELL 36% of adults get most news from friends and family, including social media PEOPLE ARE FINDING NEW WAYS TO GET INFORMATION 31% of respondents in the 31% 2013 Pew Research study Why did they leave? abandoned a news outlet that no longer provided information they expected 61%) The stories were less complete than 24% There were fewer stories they had been THE NEWS IS MOVING ONLINE TV stations and newspapers are the largest providers of local Tablet and smartphone ouners: news online OVER 50% get news on their device every week 58% 58% of print news subscribers who use an iPad a lot said they were very likely to cancel print subscriptions within 6 months OVER 33% get news on their device every day JOURNALISM CAREERS: What's the sooep? This overview of related careers is based on 2012-2013 BLS data, with faster-growing fields listed first. Wages may vary depending on location, qualifications, and other factors. Career 2010-2020 2012 NAT'L STATES WITH RESPONSIBILITIES EDUCATION PROJECTED EMPLOYMENT HIGHEST MAY INCLUDE REQUIREMENTS GROWTH & SALARY EMPLOYMENT Supplying press Bachelor's CA NY TX PA FL Median: $54,170 Employed: PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS releases to media degree typically required 23% 201,280 outlets Top 10%: $101,030 Writing materials for PR campaigns Faster than average higher Bottom 10%: Up to 430,760 Interpreting news Bachelor's degree and experience preferred BROADCAST NEWS ANALYSTS Employed: 5.170 10% stories and offering analysis Top 10%: $170,400 Broadcasting news for various media About average growth et higher Median: $55,380 Bottom 10%: Up あ 427.450 Reading scripts for news reports or commercial Bachelor's Employed: CA TX NY FL PA RADIO AND TELEVISION ANNOUNCERS 31,340 degree and experience preferred 7% messages Top 10%: $78,630 Slower than Interviewing guests on radio or TV average er higher growth Median: $28.020 Bottom 10%: Up to $17,270 Verifying data and Bachelor's degree preferred Employed: NY EDITORS facts 1% 99,040 Rewriting copy for readability Top 10%: $104,660 Slower than et higher Collaborating with writers on content average growth Median: $53,880 Bottom 10%: p あ 29340 Bachelor's Gathering news through interviews, investigation, or research Employed: NY REPORTERS AND CORRESPONDENTS -8% 45,570 degree and experience preferred Top 10%: $78.530 er higher Moderate decline Reporting and writing about local, international, or U.S. events Median: $35,870 Bottom 10%: Up to $20,770 SOURCE: BLS.GOV/OES, 2013; BLS.GOV/0OH, 2012 A degree in any field discussed in this infographic is not a guarantee of employment. Employment opportunities may require different or additional qualifications or certifications beyond those described in this infographic. Employment opportunities may also vary based on other factors including coursework completed, geographic location and general economic conditions. None of the information contained in this infographic is intended to nor shall it guarantee any result for any individual CREATED FOR WORLDWIDELEARN.COM O QUINSTREET, INC., 2013 WorldWideLearn Sources Americans Show Signs of Leaving a News Outlet, Citing Less Information, Pew Research Center, stateofthemedia.org/2013/special-reports-landing-page/citing-reduced-quality-many-americans-abandon-news-outlets/ Announcers, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 2012, www.bls.gov/ooh/media-and-communication/announcers.htm Broadcast News Analysts, May 2012 Occupational Employment and Wages, Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes273021.htm Digest of Education Statistics, National Center for Education Statistics, 2011, http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d12/tables/dt12 290.asp Digest of Education Statistics, National Center for Education Statistics, 2007, nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d07/tables/dt07 291.asp Digest of Education Statistics, National Center for Education Statistics, 2011, nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d11/tables/dt11_290.asp Editors, May 2012 Occupational Employment and Wages, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013, www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes273041.htm Editors, Occupational Outiook Handbook, Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 2012, www.bls.gov/ooh/media-and-communication/editors.htm The Information Needs of Communities, Federal Communications Commission, June 2011, www.fcc.gov/info-needs-communities Key Findings, State of the News Media 2013, Pew Research Center, stateofthemedia.org/2013/overview-5/key-findings/ Public Relations Specialists, May 2012 Occupational Employment and Wages, Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bis.gov/oes/current/oes273031.htm Public Relations Specialists, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 2012, www.bis.gov/ooh/management/public-relations-managers-and-specialists.htm Radio and Television Announcers, May 2012 Occupational Employment and Wages, Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bis.gov/oes/current/oes273011.htm Reporters and Correspondents, May 2012 Occupational Employment and Wages, Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes273022.htm Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast News Analysts, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 2012, www.bls.gov/ooh/media-and-communication/reporters-correspondents-and-broadcast-news-analysts.htm State of the News Media 2013, Pew Research Center, stateofthemedia.org/2013/overview-5/

Traditional Journalism: Is it Old News?

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