The Pew Study: Less Reporting, More Opining
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism: "The State of the News Media 2013"
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "Local TV News is Following Print's Path, Study Says"
David Bauder, AP: "Pew State of the Media Study: Journalism Cutbacks are Driving Consumers Away"
Matthew Yglesias, Slate: "The Glory Days of American Journalism"
CNN's Steubenville Sympathies
Mallary Jean Tenore, Poynter: "CNN's Steubenville coverage called too sympathetic to teens found guilty"
Mallory Ortberg, Gawker: "CNN Reports on the 'Promising Future' of the Steubenville Rapists, Who are 'Very Good Students'"
Katherine Fung, The Huffington Post: "CNN, Fox News, MSNBC Air Name of Steubenville Rape Victim"
Michael Juliani, Online Journalism Review: "CNN Steubenville coverage shows media's problem covering rape"
Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports, "Steubenville High School football players found guilty of raping 16-year-old girl"
UK Press to Get More Than It Bargained For?
Patrick Wintour, Lisa O'Carroll, Nicholas Watt, The Guardian: "Press regulation: newspapers bridle at 'historic' deal"
Editorial, The London Daily Telegraph: "The Leveson report: MPs cross the Rubicon on press regulation"
Devlin Barrett and Evan Perez, The Wall Street Journal: "Bribery Allegations Surfaced Against WSJ in China"
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai, Mashable: "Accused Reuters Editor Suspended, Still Tweeting"
Edward Wasserman, The Miami Herald: "Media throw Pvt. Manning to the wolves"
Floyd Abrams and Yochai Benkler, The New York Times: "Death to Whistle-Blowers?"
Sydney Smith, iMediaEthics: "NYPost Photoshops Front Page Photo of 'Cannibal Cop' Gilberto Valle, Discloses in Tiny Print"
Chad Garrison, The Riverfront Times: "Mizzou Student Surprised to Find Herself the Face of Webster University"