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3/06/1998

Differences in Media | Pew Research Center's Journalism ...

http://www.journalism.org/1998/03/06/differences-in-media/

... the "back of the book" of TV network news ... however, investigative work in network
television today for ... most notable is a decline in coverage of ideas. ...

3/13/2006

Average Early Evening Local News Share by Market Size ...

http://www.journalism.org/numbers/average-early-evening-local-news-share-by-market-size/

... is dropping. Between 1997 and 2005, that percentage–what TV people
call “share”–fell across all market sizes. Not only ...

3/06/1998

Straight News as a Percentage of Stories, by Medium | Pew ...

http://www.journalism.org/numbers/straight-news-as-a-percentage-of-stories-by-medium/

... 1977, 1987, 1997. Newspapers, 61.6%, 33.1%, 30.7%. Network TV, 51.4%,
32.9%, 34.3%. News Magazines, 16.3%, 20.2%, 19.2%. Traditional topics ...

3/13/2006

Average Late News Share by Market Size | Pew Research ...

http://www.journalism.org/numbers/average-late-news-share-by-market-size/

... news. Between 1997 and 2005, that percentage–what TV people call
“share”–fell across all market sizes for late news. And ...

3/13/2006

Late News Share, Big Three Affiliates | Pew Research ...

http://www.journalism.org/numbers/late-news-share-big-three-affiliates/

... televisions in use tuned to late local news programs on network affiliates (ABC,
CBS, or NBC) has been dropping. In 1997, on average 67% of TVs ...