14 percent of coverage given to former press secretary Scott McClellan and his book, What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception, the week of its 2007 release.
1.4 percent of coverage given to George W. Bush’s memoir, Decision Points, the week of its 2010 release. The book contained no mention of McClellan.
£34 million (about $55 million) will be cut from BBC Online’s budget of £137 in response to a freeze in license fees by the Cameron government
200 BBC websites—and 360 jobs—are set to be eliminated in the next two years under the plan
70 percent drop in newspaper coverage of HIV/AIDS in developed countries over the past two decades
100,000+ copies of Wired’s first iPad issue (June 2010) were purchased at $4.99 each
32,000 copies of Wired’s September iPad issue were purchased at $3.99 each, leaving many talking of a “slide” in magazine sales for the device
37 percent of Wired’s September newsstand sales were for the iPad, even with the decline
135 instances in which The New York Times has misspelled JFK advisor Theodore Sorensen’s name
66 instances in which The New York Times has spelled Jackson Pollock as “Jackson Pollack”
Sources: Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism, C-SPAN, BBC, The Trends in Sustainability Project, Los Angeles Times Jacket Copy Blog, Advertising Age, Regret The Error.The Editors are the staffers of Columbia Journalism Review.