The Wall Street Journal tops influential media list

The Wall Street Journal topped the list of the most influential US media brands in a study released by TLG Communications.

The Wall Street Journal topped the list of the most influential US media brands in a study released by TLG Communications.

The results came from a panel of over 1,000 people from four areas: business leaders, politics and public sector, media and communications, and NGOs.

The Wall Street Journal topped both print and online news lists as having the most influence on corporate reputation with 58% and 29% respectively. The New York Times came in second on both lists with 16% for both print and online.

For print, Forbes came in third, followed by Fortune, Financial Times, The Economist, and the Washington Post. For online, CNN Online came in third followed by Bloomgberg, Fox News, The Drudge Report, The Economist, and the Huffington Post.

For television, Fox News topped the list with 26% followed by CNN with 19%, CNBC with 18%, Bloomberg with 17%, and NBC with 6%.

For radio, Fox News Radio also topped the list with 36% over National Public Radio and NBC Radio.

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