Jesse Holcomb – Knight Foundation
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Jesse Holcomb

  • Learning and Impact

    It’s a common question that vexes survey researchers who study the media: how much do people’s responses to news consumption questions align with their actual behaviors? The sheer scale and variety of the digital news environment makes it tougher than ever for individuals to recall where they get their news. What’s more, survey takers may […]

    Article · May 26, 2021 by

  • Journalism

    Update: On Nov. 9, 2020, Gallup updated the report “American Views 2020: Trust, Media and Democracy,” to correct a methodological error. The changes do not alter the underlying integrity of the data nor the conclusions. However, specific numbers have changed for a range of results, and have been updated in this post. Learn more. WASHINGTON, […]

    Article · June 25, 2020 by and

  • Journalism

    The coronavirus pandemic has sent an ailing local news industry into free fall across the United States. But in dozens of communities, nonprofit organizations that cover local news are a promising bright spot. These outlets tend to be small operations, most with staffs of three or fewer, and modest audience reach and revenue. They are […]

    Article · June 16, 2020 by and

  • Journalism

    The following is cross-posted from the Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project.  The future of nonprofit news: a roundtable On Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, the Pew Research Center and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation co-hosted a roundtable on the future of nonprofit journalism. The event brought together representatives of the philanthropic and journalistic communities, […]

    Article · October 3, 2013 by