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The news media or news industry are forms of mass media that focus on delivering news to the general public or a target public. These include print media (newspapers, newsmagazines), broadcast news (radio and television), and more recently the Internet (online newspapers, news blogs, etc.).


Since 2004, Pew Research Center has issued an annual report on key audience and economic indicators for a variety of sectors within the U.S. news media industry. These data speak to the shifting ways in which Americans seek out news and information, how news organizations get their revenue, and the resources ...


Aug 10, 2017 ... In the past when I thought of news media I would think of newspapers. Newspapers...what an outdated concept, right? Isn't it a dying industry?


Tom Barrack has promised to restore the Weinstein Company to “its rightful iconic position in the independent film and television industry”1. The air around North Korea is getting crowded. Making waves: The air around North Korea is getting crowded. Oct 5th 2017, 2:54 from Print edition. At least ten foreign radio stations ...


Welcome to magazine.org's news page, which features press releases and other updates from MPA, the Association of Magazine Media, as well as news items from member-magazine brands and industry partners. This section is also the home of the MPA Daily News Roundup, an exclusive, members-only email newsfeed ...


NBC News launches digital video service to woo social media users. Comcast Corp's NBC News unit on Tuesday launched a digital video service that targets the growing number of viewers who get their news on social media. Jun 13 2017  ...


Sep 15, 2017 ... NBC News plans to launch coverage of the media industry, primarily thru a new digital content hub that will be named at a later date.


Forbes is a leading source for reliable news and updated analysis on Media. Read the breaking Entertainment coverage and top headlines on Forbes.com.


Oct 7, 2016 ... Doha, Qatar - For decades, the mighty newspaper industry had been sitting pretty like Humpty Dumpty on a wall, unfazed by radio and television's challenges. But the dawn of the digital age is setting it up for a big fall. Or so conventional wisdom suggests. That was also the message of John Oliver, the ...