NABJ State of Employment Survey

 
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1. How long have you worked in the journalism field?
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2. Do you currently work for a large mainstream media organization?*

(“Mainstream” as jointly defined by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Nieman Foundation as follows:

A news organization that follows a strict code of ethics and produces original content, regardless of platform. For newspapers a circulation of 100,000+; for network TV (including cable networks), news programming that reaches a minimum of 2 million viewers daily; For radio, if you work in a Top 10 Market as defined by Arbitron ratings from Spring 2012 http://bit.ly/8DIig1; and for online media see link to Top 10 sites listed by the PEJ http://www.journalism.org/about_news_index/methodology#_ftn6 )


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3. Please describe the type of media outlet you work for. (i.e., print, broadcast, online)
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4. In the past 12 months, have you left that mainstream organization?
5. If YES, which of the following reasons best indicates why you left?
6. If you have left your mainstream organization and are still working, what type of organization are you working for?
7. If you answered D, please describe any advantages, in your opinion, to working with media owned, operated, or marketed toward people of color:
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8. How would you describe your current employment status?
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9. Do you see yourself staying in journalism?
10. Explain why or why not.
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