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Internet Publishing and Broadcasting: NAICS 516

NOTE: The NAICS 2002 subsector Internet Publishing and Broadcasting: NAICS 516 has been discontinued in NAICS 2007 and the establishments that had been classified in this subsector have been moved into Other Information Services: NAICS 519. BLS is in the process of converting from NAICS 2002 to NAICS 2007. Limited data for Internet Publishing and Broadcasting are still available from BLS as shown below.

About the Internet Publishing and Broadcasting subsector

The internet publishing and broadcasting subsector was part of the information sector in NAICS 2002.

The internet publishing and broadcasting subsector consists of a single industry group, Internet Publishing and Broadcasting: NAICS 5161.

NOTE: There was a change in the definition of this subsector between NAICS 2002 and NAICS 2007. The data below reflect the 2002 definition. See the BLS implementation schedule for NAICS 2007 to find out which BLS programs have already implemented NAICS 2007.

Workforce Statistics


For projected (future) employment estimates, see the National Employment Matrix, which includes employment estimates by industry and occupation for internet publishing and broadcasting.

(Source: Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections)


Data extracted on: June 21, 2024