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Dr. Franzisca Weder and colleagues analyzed how the relationship between public relations and journalism roles has changed in recent years. Qualitative interviews of 72 individuals were conducted in Austria, Germany, New Zealand, Australia, and the Pacific Islands October 2020 – March 2021. A third of respondents in each country except the Pacific Islands identified as … Continue reading Are Journalism and PR Merging Into one Industry?

Pew Research Center examined journalists’ concerns and perspectives on changes in the news industry. A survey of 11,889 U.S.-based journalists was conducted from Feb. 16 – March 17, 2022.  Key findings include:— 57% of journalists say they are extremely or very concerned about possible restrictions on U.S. press freedoms.— Journalists aged 65+ years were the … Continue reading Majority of U.S. Journalists Concerned about Press Freedoms

This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by Pew Research Center Pew Research Center examined how journalists and the public feel about the news industry. A survey of 11,889 U.S.-based journalists was conducted from Feb. 16 – March 17, 2022. Two surveys of 9,388 and 10,441 U.S. adults were conducted Feb. 7-13 and … Continue reading Journalists Sense Turmoil in Their Industry Amid Continued Passion for Their Work

This blog is based on the original journal article in the Public Relations Journal Disclaimer: The conclusions and opinions expressed in this study represent the views of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views or official position of the U.S. government, Department of Defense or the Department of the Navy. When it comes … Continue reading Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You: An Agenda-Setting Experiment of Public Diplomacy