It seems the economic recession soured people on both corporations and labor unions, but a recent Pew survey shows people’s impression of both are now more favorable.
Included: Newspapers a distant third as main news source, a case study of Denver’s I-News Network, full-time editorial employees at lowest levels since such numbers have been tracked, a top-notch July 4 front page from The Virginian-Pilot
The CEO-to-worker compensation ratio was 20.1-to-1 in 1965 and 29.0-to-1 in 1978, grew to 122.6-to-1 in 1995, peaked at 383.4-to-1 in 2000, and was 272.9-to-1 in 2012.
The Newspaper Association of America created an interesting inforgraphic illustrating the value of newspapers. Is it okay to say “newspaper”?
Also, an amazing video of firefighters protecting a home during the Black Forest fire, theme park class warfare and don’t bet against Buffet
New figures show The Denver Post made slight gains in weekday and Sunday print circulation, had a slight decline in Saturday circulation and showed big gains on the digital side.