JUST RELEASED: Who Uses Online Video?

Over the past four years, the percent of American adult internet users who upload or post videos online has doubled from 14% in 2009 to 31% today. Report author Kristen Purcell takes you through the findings, including demographic data, most popular content and mobile activity.

What the 2012 Campaign Taught Us About the News Media:A special video report from our just-released State of the News Media 2013.

In this five-minute video report, Mark Jurkowitz breaks down the ways in which news coverage has changed in regards to political campaigns, and discusses the role of social media and direct messaging in campaign strategy. 

Did you see our August report on the status of America’s middle class? In case you missed it, watch this short video to get a glimpse at how middle-class Americans view themselves and the country.

Since 2000, the middle class has shrunk in size, fallen backward in income and wealth and shed some — but by no means all — of its characteristic faith in the future. 

"What we distill is that there are central characteristics that can be important for newspapers of all shapes and sizes. They are: real leadership, ability to communicate that vision, and commitment to editorial quality. This theory — one that I think will be increasingly debated — is that you’ve got to differentiate yourself. You’ve got to choose what you do, and do it really well."

In case you missed it: last week’s report on four innovative newspapers generating new revenue streams despite the challenges of the digital age. Mark Jurkowitz, associate director of the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, breaks it down in this video Q&A.

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Video: Pew Research Center president Alan Murray discusses last night’s State of the Union with The Wall Street Journal.

Mobile technology has come a long way since then - check out the new report from Pew Internet & American Life Project on the best and worst in mobile connectivity. You can also see a video of some major findings here. 

VIDEO: The Best and Worst of Mobile Connectivity, according to a new report from the Pew Internet and American Life project.

Read the full report: http://pewrsr.ch/11abvWi

In the video above, Lee Rainie, director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project, discusses the theory behind his book, Networked: The New Social Operating System. He identifies three revolutions that have unfolded in technology history to create a new, connected rhythm of daily life. 

You can also read an excerpt of Rainie’s book, Networked: The New Social Operating System, here.

Amy Mitchell of the Project for Excellence in Journalism, discusses the new report “YouTube and the News.”