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This section presents statistics on the various information and communications media: publishing, including newspapers, periodicals, books, and software; motion pictures, sound recordings, broadcasting, and telecommunications; and information services, such as libraries. Statistics on computer use and Internet access are also included.
Tables for Information and Communications Section [PDF 770k]
1125 - Radio and Television Broadcasting-Estimated Revenue and Expenses: 2002 to 2004 [Excel 21k]
1126 - Cable and Pay TV-Summary: 1975 to 2005 [Excel 24k]
1127 - Cable Networks and Program Distribution Services-Estimated Revenue and Expenses: 2001 to 2004 [Excel 19k]
1106 - Information-Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Employees by Kind of Business (NAICS Basis): 2002 [Excel 22k]
1107 - Information Sector Services-Estimated Revenue: 2000 to 2004 [Excel 31k]
1108 - Information Industries-Establishments, Employees and Payroll: 2000 and 2003 [Excel 45k]
1109 - Information Technologies (IT)-Employment, 2000 to 2004, and Wages, 2000 and 2003 [Excel 25k]
1110 - Media Usage and Consumer Spending: 2000 to 2009 [Excel 23k]
1111 - Utilization of Selected Media: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 28k]
1112 - Multimedia Audiences-Summary: 2005 [Excel 18k]
1133 - Information Services and Data Processing Services-Estimated Revenue: 2001 to 2004 [Excel 21k]
1134 - Academic Libraries-Summary: 2000 [Excel 19k]
1135 - Public Libraries by Selected Characteristics: 2003 [Excel 19k]
1136 - Public Library Use of the Internet: 2004 [Excel 18k]
1137 - Internet Access and Usage and Online Service Usage: 1997 to 2005, and by Characteristic, 2005 [Excel 27k]
1138 - Adult Computer and Adult Internet Users by Selected Characteristics: 1995 to 2005 [Excel 20k]
1139 - Internet Activities of Adults by Type of Home Internet Connection: 2005 [Excel 18k]
1140 - Typical Daily Internet Activities of Adult Internet Users: 2004 and 2005 [Excel 17k]
1141 - Primary News Sources of Adults: 2005 [Excel 16k]
1142 - Households With Computers and Internet Access by Selected Characteristic: 2003 [Excel 20k]
1143 - Households With Computers and Internet Access: 1998 and 2003 [Excel 22k]
1122 - Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries-Estimated Revenue and Inventories: 1998 to 2004 [Excel 17k]
1123 - Recording Media-Manufacturers' Shipments and Value: 1990 to 2005 [Excel 32k]
1124 - Profile of Consumer Expenditures for Sound Recordings-Percent Distribution: 1990 to 2005 [Excel 23k]
1113 - Newspaper, Periodical, Database and Directory Publishers-Estimated Revenue and Inventories: 2002 to 2004 [Excel 21k]
1114 - Daily and Sunday Newspapers-Number and Circulation: 1970 to 2005 [Excel 24k]
1115 - Daily Newspapers-Number and Circulation by Size of City: 1980 to 2005 [Excel 17k]
1116 - Daily and Sunday Newspapers-Number and Circulation, 1991 to 2004, and by State, 2005 [Excel 26k]
1117 - Periodicals-Average Retail Prices: 2002 to 2006 [Excel 17k]
1118 - Quantity of Books Sold: 2004 to 2009 [Excel 19k]
1119 - Books Sold-Value of U.S. Domestic Consumer Expenditures: 2004 to 2009 [Excel 18k]
1120 - Book Publishers-Estimated Revenue and Inventories: 2001 to 2004 [Excel 20k]
1121 - Software Publishers-Estimated Revenue and Inventories: 2001 to 2004 [Excel 19k]
1128 - Telecommunications-Estimated Revenue and Expenses: 2002 to 2004 [Excel 25k]
1129 - Cellular and Other Wireless Telecommunications Carriers-Estimated Revenue and Expenses: 2001 to 2004 [Excel 20k]
1130 - Telecommunications Industry-Carriers and Revenue: 1995 to 2003 [Excel 21k]
1131 - Telephone Systems-Summary: 1985 to 2003 [Excel 27k]
1132 - Cellular Telecommunications Industry: 1990 to 2005 [Excel 20k]
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