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  1. President Obama and Vice President Biden Using YouTube and Yahoo Answers

    According to The State of the News Media 2010 by Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism, only online news and cable news have seen audiences grow during the past three years. As the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism says, "the data...

  2. One Man's Keywords are Another Man's List of Forbidden 'Newsspeak' Words and Phrases

    This is what I've learned by reading The State of the News Media 2010, the annual report on American journalism by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism. Blogs.vocalo.org: 119 words and phrases banned in WGN-AM radio newsroom (blogs...

  3. Pew Internet Project Describes the State of Online News as Moving Target

    The Pew Internet Project and the Project for Excellence in Journalism's "State of the News Media 2010" report describes the state of online news heading into this year as "a moving target. According to Pew Internet and PEJ, three questions now...

  4. Editor & Publisher Magazine Shutting Down After 108 Years

    According to the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism, "nearly one out of every five journalists working for newspapers in 2001 is now gone, and 2009 may be the worst year yet. These are not the best of times for print media and they are the...

  5. News Blogs Are Becoming the New Online Newspapers

    They hunt and gather what they want when they want it, use search to comb among destinations and share what they find through a growing network of social media," reported the Project for Excellence in Journalism.

  6. Death of newspapers or new era of online journalism?

    Meanwhile, the Project for Excellence in Journalism has just issued The State of the News Media 2009. This prompts me to ask, "Should search engine marketers mourn the death of newspapers or celebrate the new era of online journalism?