There is a large digital divide in America when it comes to information found online and how we assess it. A great tension exists between trusting digital information and wanting to learn new information. Pew Research Center has survey Americans …
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Here are more interesting results from the Pew Research Center’s analysis of how American use social media to obtain news. Though we wrote about social media as a growing source for news for most demographics, there is a segment of …
Pew Research Center has an analysis of social media as a source for news. As of August 2017, nearly two-thirds of Americans received their news from a variety of social media sources. This is up overall from 62% in 2016 …
The gap between those Americans who get their news from online sources and those who get their news from television is quickly closing. Online news is rapidly catching up as the primary source of news when compared to television according …
Pew Research Center contacted a number of experts and asked them whether online trust will grow in the next decade. You can find the results here. Essentially, there were six different themes on the fate of online trust. Sadly, …
Revenues are still growing for local TV stations that produce news, but audiences are not. This is true for all day parts that have news programming. Some time slots have seen more dramatic audience losses than others since 2007. For …
Pew Research Center has a news quiz to see how much you know about current events. There are ten questions. In truth, it only measures your results against others who have taken the news quiz, but it’s fun to see …
Pew Research Center released a new study that shows how prevalent and devastating online harassment has become. Forty percent of Americans have personally experienced it, while two-thirds of all Americans have seen it done to others. Social media is where …
There are many interesting facts provided by Pew Research Center in their “State of the News Media” report. Today, we look at their “Newspaper Fact Sheet”. It clearly provides evidence for the continuing, sad, rapid decline of daily newspapers’ …
The Pew Research Center has begun releasing its annual analysis of the state of the news media. Its first two reports on newspapers and cable news were posted yesterday online here. These annual reports which look at audience composition …