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Newspaper ad revenue totaled $3.6B in Q4 2012, down 3% from Q4 2011 PWC IAB 2012 Full Year Digital Ad Revenue Apr 16 2013.pdf
Newspaper ad revenue reached $13.1B in 2012, up 4% from 2011 PWC IAB 2012 Full Year Digital Ad Revenue Apr 16 2013.pdf
TV accounts for 40% of ad spending in China, compared to 19% for newspapers, and 18% for the internet L2: A Think Tank for Digital Innovation » China 2012
TV accounts for 61.8% of global ad spending, compared to 19.7% for newspapers, 7.9% for magazines, and 2.7% for the internet Globally, Cinema and Internet Ad Spend Are on the Rise | Nielsen Wire
U.S. TV ad spend reached $72B in 2011, compared to $16B for magazines, $12B for newspapers, $7B for radio, and $6B for the Internet Report: TV Continues to Hold the Lion’s Share of Ad Dollars and Consumers’ Media Time | Nielsen Wire
The Washington Post's daily circulation decreased by 7.84% between March 2011 and March 2012, compared to 6.63% for The Seattle Times, 6.27% for The Detroit Free-Press, and 5.36% for The Philadelphia Inquirer ABC: Newspaper circulation rose in last six months, 5% on Sundays | Poynter.
The Washington Post's Sunday circulation decreased by 15.66% between March 2011 and March 2012, compared to 0.46% for The Cleveland Plain Dealer, 0.12% for The Seattle Times, and 0.1% for The Chicago Tribune ABC: Newspaper circulation rose in last six months, 5% on Sundays | Poynter.
The Dallas Morning News' Sunday circulation rose by 87.38% between March 2011 and March 2012, compared to 55.95% for The Houston Chronicle, 49.56% for The New York Times, and 38.67% for the San Antonio Express-News ABC: Newspaper circulation rose in last six months, 5% on Sundays | Poynter.
Online news advertising revenue rose by 23% in 2011, compared to 9% for cable TV news, and declines of 5.6% for magazines and 7.6% for newspapers Press Alert | State of the Media
42% of the global gaming industry's revenue comes from digital sources, compared to 32% for music, 5% for newspapers, 4% for books and 1% for film RESOURCES - IFPI publishes Digital Music Report 2011
16% of Americans have used social media to find work, below professional or personal referrals (36%), newspapers (30%), Internet job boards (30%), internal listings (21%) and company career sites (20%) 8 Million Americans Found Their Current Job On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter
The Internet will be the fastest-growing advertising segment during the next 5 years, overtaking newspapers in 2012 to become the second-largest advertising category behind television Golden age of the digitally empowered consumer
Just 14% of tablet news users have paid directly for news content on their tablets. Another 23%, though, have a subscription to a print newspaper or magazine that they say includes digital access The Tablet Revolution | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ)