Pew: Online news organizations have created 5,000 jobs
March 26th, 2014
12:30 AM ET

Pew: Online news organizations have created 5,000 jobs

By Brian Stelter, CNN Senior Media Correspondent

How many reporting jobs have new online news organizations created?

Pew Research Center has tried to put a number on it: 5,000.

The center's annual State of the News Media report, released on Wednesday, includes a first-of-its-kind tally of jobs at 30 big websites, like Buzzfeed and The Huffington Post, and 438 smaller startups.

"In a significant shift in the editorial ecosystem, most of these jobs have been created in the past half dozen years, and many have materialized within the last year alone," write the authors of the 2014 report, who credit the startups with bringing "a level of energy to the news industry not seen for a long time."

Read more of Brian's article online here. 

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  1. Joe Yuna

    The Pew report citing Obama as the most popular and/or successful POTUS is purely a political lie. The sampling basis is low and its demographics biased. How far will these NWO liberals go to program our ignorant snowflakes with their un-American norms as set forth in this unscientific survey? As a retired military officer and now global professional engineer, statistically this report is erroneous and it’s math poor. Globally you liberals refuse to tell Americans the failures, slaughter, mass migration, betrayal by association with the Muslim Brotherhood and backlash even in Italy against this charlatan who was portrayed as a black President when he was a mulatto. This report is perfect for CNN and CBS as they no longer are a free press outlet by arm of those seeking to destabilize this Republic as Obama did like Hitler, another socialist who too used the big lie. This poll is too a big lie. Pew no longer represents the best of us professionals, but another place for traitors and snowflakes to be employed. Among us vets this report is an insult, and fir us real professionals a joke.

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