This research project from the Reynolds Center in 2007 explored the growth of “green” stories found in the nation’s top 10 newspapers. The two-part study consisted of a content analysis of newspapers and a survey of business editors at newspapers. To view the full report click here.
Reynolds Center research
Three-fourths of the nation’s largest newspapers now offer blogs on business-related topics, according to a study released today by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University. These popular online Web journals written by reporters get breaking news to readers more quickly, according to 60 percent of the business bloggers […]
BUSINESS NEWS WEB LOGS: CONTENT ANALYSIS AND SURVEY January-February 2007 Research Summary CONTENT ANALYSIS SAMPLE SIZE: Researchers analyzed a random sample from the nation’s 1,400 daily newspapers in search of blogging activity on business issues. One hundred publications were randomly chosen to be examined as part of the sample. Of those, 98 had web sites. […]
In 2005, the Reynolds Center asked journalism educators about their business journalism course offerings at universities nationwide and business editors about their decisions in playing specialized content in their business sections, large and small. We unveiled the results at the Business Editors Seminar, held in December 2005 by the American Press Institute. Click here to […]