Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism and Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life just released the latest Religion in the News report – Islam and Politics Dominate Religion Coverage in 2011. A couple of key findings include: Religion accounted for 0.7% of all mainstream media coverage studied in 2011, down […]
Category: Religion Reporting
Religion Resources – who believes what, how many of them are there, and where?
At Columbia, as well as on the web at large, there are some great resources for religion reporting. Here are some good places to get started… For statistical and survey data on religion in the United States, the Association of Religion Data Archives, a free website, is an excellent place to begin, with estimates on […]
Religion in the News
Are you new to or interested in religion reporting? A great resource for keeping up with religion issues as they intersect with the news media is the magazine, Religion in the News, published by the Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College (CT) You can link to full magazine archives […]
Resources for News21, 2007
Today, we’ll be looking at the AP Multimedia Archive, which is a source for content (images, audio, and text) from the Associated Press, back to as early as 1844. If you’re looking for maps, here is a link to databases licensed by Columbia University Libraries that have maps in them. The CIA World Factbook is […]