The journalism community prides itself on its social media use, but a study released yesterday reveals that mainstream news organizations are using Twitter wrong, i.e. to advance their own material as opposed to engaging with readers and followers.
Researchers from The Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism and The George Washington University’s School Read More
Keep Calm and Carry On
The Pew Research Center has released its State of the News Media report, an industry-wide analysis addressing the big questions raised by economic recession and technological change. One finding: there is still no good way to get dollars for online news:
Survey data may suggest a further devaluing of most online ads. While Read More
Is online video-watching officially the future of TV consumption? According to an April 2009 survey released by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project this week, the number of adult Internet users who watch videos online has nearly doubled since 2006. That means that, today, 62 percent of all online folks have Read More
It's perfectly understandable why Barack Obama's conservative critics would latch on to this week's Pew Research Center report that stated that the president "has the most polarized early job approval ratings of any president in the past four decades."
It sounds damning and it offers the right a chance to claim the high Read More
On January 22, a piece in the New York Times discussed public opinion data on the environment and global warming and noted that support for protecting the environment was slipping in U.S. public opinion polls. According to Andrew C. Revkin:
“The latest in an annual series of polls from the Pew Research Center on Read More