Gorkana 2012 Survey of Financial Journalists

by Cheryl on March 20, 2012

Today, Gorkana, a media database for PR and journalists, released the results of , its inaugural survey of financial journalists across the United States.  According to Gorkana, the survey is the first and largest of its kind on journalists’ opinions of the economy, their field and their interactions with sources. It also includes journalists’ opinions about who they believe to be the most influential financial publications, journalists and PR people. The results were first made public on March 16 at the Society of American Business Editor and Writers 49th annual conference in Indianapolis, Indiana.

These top-line results are part of a broader report that covers the opinions that financial journalists have regarding specific investment banks, credit rating agencies and their in-house PR teams.

If you are interested in ordering this broader report, please contact Rob Ingram at [email protected]

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