Amy Mitchell

Pew Research Center

Guest

Director of Journalism Researchat the Pew Research Center, specializing in how technology is changing news and information

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Jon Stewart’s announcement that he’ll be leaving The Daily Show was almost an after-thought at the end of his program on Tuesday.

Jon Stewart’s Legacy on News and Politics

Jon Stewart’s announcement that he’ll be leaving The Daily Show was almost an after-thought at the end of his program on Tuesday.

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Increased partisanship in politics is no accident.  The far Left and the far Right live in different worlds when it comes to news and information.

All the News that Fits… What You’re Already Thinking…

Increased partisanship in politics is no accident.  The far Left and the far Right live in different worlds when it comes to news and information.

from To the Point

The  annual Pew Research Center’s report  on the state of the media is out. As expected, there’s a big increase in digital news.

State of the News Media

The annual Pew Research Center’s report on the state of the media is out. As expected, there’s a big increase in digital news.

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