Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
While a slowdown in downstream media industries hindered the industry's growth during the recession, demand will pick up over the next five years. As online content expands to mobile devices, tablets, TVs and gaming consoles, news syndicates will have greater public exposure, spurring demand. Furthermore, news syndicates will look to provide customers with less costly, easier and faster access to more content over the internet... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The location of news syndicate establishments in the United States generally falls in line with population density, although there is a slightly higher concentration of news syndicates near urban areas in order to be in close reporting proximity to major entertainment industries and publishers. Major news syndicates tend not to relocate; the Associated Press, for example, has headquartered its operations in New York City since 1846.
The Mid-Atlantic region accounts for 29.8% of industry establishments, with New York City alone holding 13.7% of the industry's establishments. The Mid-Atlantic's proximity to Washington, DC political news bureaus is also a major component; despite holding only 0.2% of the US population, Washington, DC holds 7.3% of industry establishments... purchase to read more