In 1960, nearly a third of reporters and editors had never attended a single year of college; in 2015, only 8.3 percent could say the same.
Individual reporters are making themselves known on Twitter and Facebook.
American adults have very little trust in the integrity of advertising practitioners.
The sources most trusted by journalists were academics and other experts, who were trusted by 70 percent of journalists.
55% of journalists agree that blogs are a great way to build a personal profile, and 34% have one.
75% of journalists say they want access to video from online newsrooms.
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