Most National Journalists Are Not Religious

Just 8% of journalists surveyed at national media outlets attend church or synagogue weekly, according to the Associated Press. In contrast, the Pew Research Center found that 39% of all Americans attend services weekly.
Robert Case II, director of the World Journalism Institute, says many evangelical journalists start out in secular news organizations, but they soon join Christian media, which offer an environment more accepting of their beliefs and more family-friendly.