Second edition and a comprehensive look each year at the state of American journalism.
From the Preface:
"Our goal is to put in one place as much original and aggregated data as possible about each of the major journalism sectors.
For each area, we have produced original research and aggregated existing data into a comprehensive look at many of the pressing issues facing the news media. In addition, we have collected the statistical data in an interactive area called Charts & Tables where users can customize their own charts. This year we have added new elements to the original content study and in most chapters have added an essay from a prominent industry professional or analyst.
The study is the work of the Project for Excellence in Journalism, an institute affiliated with Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. The study is funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts, and was produced with a number of partners, including Rick Edmonds, the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Michigan State University, the University of Alabama, and Princeton Survey Research Associates International."
And they do! Great reading, good material, an extensive analysis, lots of worth to consider ideas and viewpoints for the rest of us on US Journalism