Declining economies place enormous fiscal pressures on news organizations around the globe. Simultaneous drops in ad revenue and circulation undermine the traditional business model of newspapers, radio and TV networks, while Internet media sites and bloggers intensify the competition. Brookings experts explore ways to “re-engineer” the industry and improve coverage of public affairs.
News as collaborative intelligence: Correcting the myths about news in the digital age
June 30, 2015, Tom Rosenstiel
In a new paper from Tom Rosenstiel, the paradoxical state of news in the digital age is weighed not in a manner of whether we are better off or worse, but instead in better understanding what is better, what we are losing, and what we can do about it.
Politics and Elections
October 24, 2014, Darrell M. West and Beth Stone
October 16, 2014, Robert G. Kaiser
July 3, 2014, James Klurfeld and Howard Schneider
February 5, 2014, Darrell M. West and Beth Stone
Analysis Paper | Brookings Doha Center
December 3, 2013, Ibrahim Sharqieh
Book Chapter | Basic Books
June 15, 2013, Shibley Telhami
2012, Stephen Hess
November 2011, Christopher J. Deering and Lee Sigelman
August 2011, Ambassador Marc Ginsberg and Anne Hagood
July 2011, J.H. Snider
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