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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: Is it Old News?

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