Philadelphia Jobs Report: Labor Dept. Predicts Jobs For Journalists Will Drop By 13% By 2022Jill Schlesinger reports that the Labor Department predicts that jobs for reporters, correspondents and broadcast news analysts will drop by 13 percent from 2012 to 2022 due to a decline in advertising revenue.
Survey: The Working World Loves Coffee, But Journalists Love It The MostIn a survey of 10,000 people conducted by U.K. company Pressat, 85% reported drinking at least three cups of coffee a day, with 70% saying it improved their ability to work.
Villanova Professor Edits Book On Groundbreaking Female JournalistThis is the 150th anniversary of the birth of one of America's ground-breaking female journalists. Now, the writings of Nellie Bly have been consolidated into one book.
Survey: Twitter Users Tend To Be Young, Mobile And EducatedWhile only a small percentage of U.S. adults get their news from Twitter, those that do tend to be young, mobile and well-educated.
CBS 3 Anchor To Be Recognized For Community Service And Dedication To PhiladelphiaNews anchor Pat Ciarrocchi was chosen for a “Blue Sapphire Award” based on her commitment to delivering the news and for her extensive charity work to better the lives of women and children.
Philadelphia's Jewish Newspaper, The Exponent, Celebrates 125 Years In PrintYoung Sam Ostrey posed as a newsboy to help attendees recapture those early days.
The Donnie Project: Rowan University Students Working On Unsolved Murder CaseStudents at Rowan University create a website in an effort to shed some light on the death of one of their own.
Alden Global Capital Buys Journal RegisterNewspaper and digital media publisher the Journal Register Co. says it has been acquired by hedge fund Alden Global Capital less than two years after emerging from bankruptcy protection and implementing an expansive digital presence.