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Pew Research Center
This project provides independent public opinion survey research about American attitudes toward politics and policy.
Pew Research Journalism Project
The Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project, founded in 1997 as the Project for Excellence in Journalism, seeks to assess the state of news and information in a changing society. It publishes research on who is reporting the news and what new players are emerging; what is being reported on and what gaps in coverage exist; how news is consumed and how the economic models for news are changing. In addition to reports on these topics, each year the project produces the State of the News Media report, which examines key questions facing the industry.
SimplyAnalytics via NCLIVE
SimplyAnalytics is an interactive mapping tool that allows you to choose from thousands of variables related to demographics, employment, housing, market segments, businesses, consumer spending, brand preferences, and public health to create maps and reports.
Sports Market Analytics (SMA) from SBRNet
A dedicated resource of market research for sport business, SBRNet allows you to locate information by sport, sporting goods, team, market, and more.
This industry statistical data source allows you to find statistics and reports on companies, products, and industries.
CQ Researcher - Media
This source provides in-depth reports on a variety of topics. The link will take you to a listing of reports covering media and communication issues including freedom of Information, internet and social media, journalism and the news, movies and entertainment, print media, radio and television, regulation and legal issues, and telecommunications and wireless technologies.