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Study: A Vanilla Year for Local TV Staffers - Posted July 23, 2014
The Pew Research Center showed a study produced by the RTDNA and Hofstra University detailing "5 facts about the state of local TV newsrooms." Despite the combined $8 billion price tag of the nea... [TVSpy]

Morning Media Newsfeed: O'Donnell's Return Official | Emmy Noms Favor CNN, Social TV - Posted July 11, 2014
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Morning Media Newsfeed: O'Donnell's Return Official | Emmy Noms Favor CNN, Social TV - Posted July 11, 2014
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Experts Are Optimistic About the Future of the Internet - Posted July 10, 2014
The threats to the free and open nature of the Internet are many, from an Internet toll road to government cens... [SocialTimes.com]

Pew Study: Not Many TV Stations Have Reporters Dedicated to Covering State Politics - Posted July 10, 2014
The Pew Research Center just released a study looking at the coverage of state politics. According to the study, of the 1,592 statehouse journalists in the US, less than half are full time and 38 pe... [TVSpy]

STUDY: What Will 'the Internet of Things' Look Like in 2025? - Posted May 16, 2014
Predicting the future of technology is a fine art indeed. The invaluable Pew Research Center is as good as anyone at testing the winds to see which way things will go--and the center's latest report, creat... [PRNewser]

Pew: Only 39% of Internet Users Took Protective Action in the Wake of Heartbleed - Posted April 30, 2014
News of the Heartbleed security flaw rocked the Internet world. While the fix was implemented quickly, the bug, which impacted more than 500,000 websites including some of the biggest social networks, had been in the system for t... [AllFacebook]

Pew: Only 39% of Internet Users Took Protective Action in the Wake of Heartbleed - Posted April 30, 2014
News of the Heartbleed security flaw rocked the Internet world. While the fix was implemented quickly, the bug, which impacted more than 500,000 websites including some of the biggest social networks, had been in the system for t... [SocialTimes.com]

Facebook Teams Up With Storyful To Launch FB Newswire For Journalists, Media Outlets - Posted April 24, 2014
Facebook has become a virtual newsroom of sorts, with a recent study by the Pew Research Center's Journalism Project finding tha... [AllFacebook]

Most Americans are Optimistic about Science and Technology - Posted April 17, 2014
According to the latest study from Pew Research Center, 59 percent of Americans are optimistic about the future impact of science and technology. Men are more likely than women to be technological optimists, as are college graduates and those with higher household incomes. Interestingly, both young and old Americans are equal... [SocialTimes.com]

Pew: Personal Data Theft is Increasing - Posted April 14, 2014
The first quarter has brought some scary news when it comes to the security of data. Between the Target hack and the ... [AllFacebook]

Pew: Personal Data Theft is Increasing - Posted April 14, 2014
The first quarter has brought some scary news when it comes to the security of data. Between the Target hack and the ... [SocialTimes.com]

New Data Reveals Uptick in Working Mothers Staying at Home With Children - Posted April 9, 2014
Numbers are on the rise for mothers staying at home with their children. According to the Pew Research Center, 29 percent of all mothers with children under 18 stay at home. This number has been steadi... [TVNewser]

STUDY: Senior Citizens' Use Of Facebook, Other Social Networks Slowly Climbing - Posted April 3, 2014
While the percentage of U.S. senior citizens (defi... [AllFacebook]

What Is the State of the News Media, Pew Research Center? - Posted March 31, 2014
In case you missed it, last week Pew Research Center released its annual, invaluable State of the News Media report. The big conclusions may sound familiar: wh... [AgencySpy]

What Is the State of the News Media, Pew Research Center? - Posted March 31, 2014
In case you missed it, last week Pew Research Center released its annual, invaluable State of the News Media report. The big conclusions may sound familiar: wh... [PRNewser]

STUDY (and not-so-Breaking-News): Digital Reporting On the Rise - Posted March 28, 2014
Yes, behind every online breaking news report is a homeless-looking hipster pushing the buttons. Everyone, say it with me: "Digital Native News." ICYMI: This is the future of journalism. Ask any reporter in print, broadcast, or online (obviously, t... [PRNewser]

Morning Media Newsfeed: Murdoch Ups Sons | Twitter Ban Overturned | NYT Adds Digital Subs - Posted March 27, 2014
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Morning Media Newsfeed: Murdoch Ups Sons | Twitter Ban Overturned | NYT Adds Digital Subs - Posted March 27, 2014
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STUDY: Facebook's Role In Pew Research Center's 'State Of The News Media 2014' - Posted March 26, 2014
Facebook and other social networks continue to become further intertwined with the media, as the ... [AllFacebook]

Analyze This: The Latest Digital and Consumer Intel from ARF's RE:THINK Conference - Posted March 26, 2014
Coming to terms with issues surrounding big data and digital's vast terrain seems like running on an endless treadmill. But at ARF's RE:THINK 2014 conference in New York this week, attendees found some answe... [PRNewser]

Pew Research Center Releases State of the News Media, Turns Out It's Not All Bad - Posted March 26, 2014
Today, the Pew Research Center released the State of the News Media report. And it's not as dreary as you might think. They say so themselves: A year ago, the State of the News Media report struck a somber note, citing ev... [TVSpy]

Pew Study: Newspapers Account for 60 Percent of Total News Revenue - Posted March 26, 2014
According to Pew Research Center's latest State of the News Media study, the newspaper industry might not be as doomed as we all think. When crunching numbers on the many different types of news media, (like digital, local TV, cable TV, etc.) Pew f... [Fishbowl NY]

Pew Study: Newspapers Account for 60 Percent of Total News Revenue - Posted March 26, 2014
According to Pew Research Center's latest State of the News Media study, the newspaper industry might not be as doomed as we all think. When crunching numbers on the many different types of news media, (like digital, local TV, cable TV, etc.) Pew f... [FishbowlNY]

Morning Media Newsfeed: Facebook Buys Oculus | Atlantic Makes Changes | Amazon Credits eBooks - Posted March 26, 2014
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Morning Media Newsfeed: Facebook Buys Oculus | Atlantic Makes Changes | Amazon Credits eBooks - Posted March 26, 2014
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Pew: News is 'Part of the Explosion of Social Media and Mobile' - Posted March 26, 2014
In the 11th edition of the Pew Research Center's "State of the News Media" report, researchers found that news is a significant part of social media and mobile growth. The evidence offers "opportunity to reach more people with news than ever before," the report said. One key finding was that one in... [SocialTimes.com]

Pew: News is 'Part of the Explosion of Social Media and Mobile' - Posted March 26, 2014
In the 11th edition of the Pew Research Center's "State of the News Media" report, researchers found that news is a significant part of social media and mobile growth. The evidence offers "opportunity to reach more people with news than ever before," the report said. One key finding was that one in... [AllFacebook]

STUDY: Readers Less Engaged with Content Found via Search or Social - Posted March 14, 2014
In one of the week's most interesting studies, the invaluable Pew Research Center's Journalism Project found that readers who visit news sites directly are more engaged with the c... [PRNewser]

Consumers Prefer the Mobile Web Over News Apps - Posted March 13, 2014
A visitor to a news site that arrived through Facebook or search is less engaged than a direct visitor, according to a new study from Pew Research Center. This ... [10,000 Words]

Study: Direct Visitors to News Sites Three Times More Engaged Than Others - Posted March 13, 2014
According to a new Pew Research Center study, readers who come to news sites directly are three times more engaged than those who come via Facebook links or search. Of the 26 most popular news sites -- including nytimes.com, cnn.com, news.yahoo.com and more -- direct visitors spend about 4 minutes and 36... [Fishbowl NY]

Study: Direct Visitors to News Sites Three Times More Engaged Than Others - Posted March 13, 2014
According to a new Pew Research Center study, readers who come to news sites directly are three times more engaged than those who come via Facebook links or search. Of the 26 most popular news sites -- including nytimes.com, cnn.com, news.yahoo.com and more -- direct visitors spend about 4 minutes and 36... [FishbowlNY]

STUDY: Users Who Arrive At News Sites Via Facebook Spend Less Time, View Fewer Pages, Return Less Often - Posted March 13, 2014
Facebook's efforts to cozy up to media or... [AllFacebook]

How Valuable are Social Referrals to News Sites? - Posted March 13, 2014
According to a new report from Pew Research Center, "Social, Search and Direct: Pathways to Digital News," a visitor to a news site who was referred through Facebook is much less valuable than a direct visitor. Even visitors who came through search lagged far behind in engagement and time spent on... [SocialTimes.com]

How Valuable are Social Referrals to News Sites? - Posted March 13, 2014
According to a new report from Pew Research Center, "Social, Search and Direct: Pathways to Digital News," a visitor who was referred through Facebook is much less valuable than a direct visitor. Even visitors who came through search lagged far behind in engagement and time spent on the site compared to... [AllFacebook]

Social Media Newsfeed: LinkedIn in China | Zuck Defends WhatsApp Purchase - Posted February 25, 2014
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Social Media Newsfeed: Facebook Ad Targeting | YouTube Interface - Posted February 21, 2014
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STUDY: 73% Of U.S. Teens Are On Facebook - Posted February 4, 2014
As Facebook turns 10 Tuesday, ... [AllFacebook]

Pew: Local TV Audiences Grew in 2013 - Posted January 28, 2014
Good news for newsrooms across the country: the local television audience grew in all three major time slots in 2013, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center: Viewership climbed 6% in the... [TVSpy]

Facebook Isn't Dead, We Can Stop Panicking Now - Posted January 20, 2014
The Internet is in a circular debate about just how much teens aren't using Facebook. Some sites say Facebook is hemorrhaging young users, while others disagree. A study by digital agency iStrategy confirms that ... [SocialTimes.com]

REPORT: 71% Of Online Adults Now Use Facebook - Posted December 31, 2013
A social media ... [AllFacebook]

More Google+ Than Facebook Users Look To Twitter For News - Posted December 16, 2013
A new chart from the Pew Research Journalism Project depicts just how much of the social news space Facebook has captured, relativ... [AllTwitter]

More Than Half of US Residents Get News From Social Media - Posted December 10, 2013
Social media is being used as a news source by bigger percentages of its users. 52 percent of Twitter users and 47 percent of Facebook users are using their feeds to get the latest news. Reddit is by far the most relied on for news, but it represents such a small... [SocialTimes.com]

How Does News Consumption On Facebook Stack Up Vs. Other Social Networks? - Posted November 14, 2013
A total of 47 percent of Facebook users get news on the social network, trailing ... [AllFacebook]

Some Findings About Twitter and the News, From Pew Research Center - Posted November 5, 2013
A couple of weeks ago we learned how Americans consume news on Facebook, and according to a ... [10,000 Words]

How Users Find, Share and React to News on Facebook - Posted October 25, 2013
The Pew Research Center has released a study, in collaboration with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, on how Facebook users interact with news on the platform. The study found that while the majority of users still flock to the... [10,000 Words]

STUDY: Facebook Users Aren't Necessarily Looking For News, But They Find And Consume It - Posted October 24, 2013
The average Facebook user does not come to the social network in search of ... [AllFacebook]

Study: Young People Claim Internet as Main News Source - Posted October 18, 2013
Kids (and adults) these days. According to a new study from Pew Research Center, the majority of young Americans -- a whopping 71 percent of people ages 18 to 29 --say the Internet is their number one news so... [Fishbowl NY]

Study: Young People Claim Internet as Main News Source - Posted October 18, 2013
Kids (and adults) these days. According to a new study from Pew Research Center, the majority of young Americans -- a whopping 71 percent of people ages 18 to 29 --say the Internet is their number one news so... [FishbowlNY]

Teens Haven't Really Abandoned Facebook - Posted August 14, 2013
Yes, your 13-year-old cousin is totally over Facebook. Yes, she wrote about that fact on Mashable. But that doesn't mean that you should sell all the stock you bought last year. More importantly,... [PRNewser]

Study: Journalists More Important Today Than in the Past - Posted August 9, 2013
A new Pew Study shows a majority of peopl... [TVSpy]

Facebook: 70 Percent Of U.S. Users Have At Least One Gay, Lesbian, Or Bisexual Friend - Posted June 25, 2013
A Facebook spokesman told The Wall Street Journal's Washington Wire blog that approx... [AllFacebook]

REPORT: Teens Still Use Facebook (And Can Master Privacy Settings) - Posted May 21, 2013
Yes, teenagers use Facebook. And although whether or not they'll be using Facebook in a few years remains to be seen, the s... [AllFacebook]

The Cure For Facebook Fatigue: Social Recruiting - Posted March 27, 2013
In February, the business, tech, and social media industries were abuzz with the results of a ... [AllFacebook]

How Has Facebook Changed News Delivery? - Posted March 25, 2013
When Facebook introduced its redesigned News Feed, it did more than change how people vie... [AllFacebook]

Facebook Actually Does Help Deliver News - Posted March 18, 2013
Maybe Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's comparison of News Feed to a personalized newsp... [AllFacebook]

Pew State of the News Media 2013: 'Shrinking Pains' For Local News - Posted March 18, 2013
Local news is suffering from "shrinking pains," according to Pew Research Center's 2013 State of the News Media report. Traffic, weather and sports makes up an increasingly large percent of newscasts, a sign that "there is less in depth journalism being produced," according to the report. ... [TVSpy]

31 Percent of Adults Have Abandoned a News Outlet - Posted March 18, 2013
According to Pew's new State of News Media report, people have begun to notice the impact of cutbacks at media outlets. As a result of the layoffs and cuts that have become a regular occurrence in the industry, almost a third of adults (31 p... [Fishbowl NY]

31 Percent of Adults Have Abandoned a News Outlet - Posted March 18, 2013
According to Pew's new State of News Media report, people have begun to notice the impact of cutbacks at media outlets. As a result of the layoffs and cuts that have become a regular occurrence in the industry, almost a third of adults (31 p... [FishbowlNY]

Report: 61 Percent Of Facebook Users Have Taken Breaks Of Several Weeks From It - Posted February 5, 2013
Facebook may have 1.06 billion monthly acti... [AllFacebook]

33 Percent of Americans Own an eReader or Tablet - Posted December 27, 2012
The latest study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project chronicles some unsurprising trends: People are reading less print books, more eBooks, and those who own eBook readers or tablets are on the ri... [TVSpy]

33 Percent of Americans Own an eReader or Tablet - Posted December 27, 2012
The latest study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project chronicles some unsurprising trends: People are reading less print books, more eBooks, and those who own eBook readers or tablets are on the ri... [10,000 Words]

Pew: Nearly Six in Ten Following Newtown Shooting - Posted December 17, 2012
Despite the scrutiny over media coverage of the Newtown shooting, a new study from the Pew Research Center shows nearly six in ten of those polled said they follow news about the shooting very closely. The n... [TVSpy]

Pew: MSNBC and Fox News A Tale Of Two Networks Leading Up To Election Day - Posted November 19, 2012
A new Pew study looking at media coverage leading up to election day indicates that President Obama received far more positive coverage than negative coverage, and that Mitt Romney received far more negative coverage than positive coverage. On cable news, however, things were a bit more extreme. Pew's Project for Excellence in... [TVNewser]

Stay Connected To The Election Through The Facebook App Center - Posted November 2, 2012
It's the last weekend of the 2012 presidential campaign, and Facebook wants you to stay connected to the latest news and connect with friends around your favorite candidates via the app center. Facebook compiled the top applications of this election cycle in one section of the ... [AllFacebook]

Pew Study Shows Local TV Trails Cable as Source for Campaign News - Posted October 25, 2012
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism just released a study showing 38% of Americans get their campaign news from local TV. Cable News leads the field with 41% while the internet ranked j... [TVSpy]

Pew Study Shows Local TV Trails Cable as Source for Campaign News - Posted October 25, 2012
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism just released a study showing 38% of Americans get their campaign news from local TV. Cable News leads the field with 41% while the internet ranked j... [SocialTimes.com]

Is Facebook Helping Presidential Campaigns Get Out The Vote? - Posted October 25, 2012
Unless you have your head in the sand, you know that Election Day is right around the corner -- Nov. 6 to be exact. And as we close in on the end of what's been dubbed the first ... [AllFacebook]

Study: How Many Facebook, Social Network Users Performed Eight Political Activities? - Posted October 19, 2012
As Facebook and other social networks continue to evolve, their impact increases with every ... [AllFacebook]

Facebook Posts Pack Political Punch With Four Weeks Until Election Day - Posted October 8, 2012
Tuesday marks exactly four weeks until Election Day, and politics junkies on Facebook are taking to the social network to share and comment on the latest news and talk up ... [AllFacebook]

5 Stats That Should Have Journalism Organizations Thinking About Mobile - Posted October 4, 2012
It's no surprise to anyone reading this that mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, are skyrocketing in popularity and usage. But it's still shocking to see some news sites that aren't fully optimized for the mobile experience. I'm guessing some organizations aren't putting as much stock in it due to resources... [10,000 Words]

Pew: More Tablet Owners Read News than Use Social Networking Sites [Infographic] - Posted October 1, 2012
News consumption continues to evolve as smartphones and tablets compete with desktop and laptop computers for readers' attention. The latest survey from Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism suggests that Americans still prefer email and trusted publications to checking headlines on Facebook and Twitter -- 37 percent of tablet... [SocialTimes.com]

Pew Study: Television Top Source of Local News - Posted September 26, 2012
There have been several studies released lately touting the accomplishments of local television newscasts. Now there's another one to add to the pile: a Pew study relea... [TVSpy]

Healthcare Not Yet Mobile: PCs Still Dominate the Market - Posted September 21, 2012
For all the talk of smartphones and tablets, you'd think every American plugs into an iPad after work each day and that millions of PCs currently sit in the corners of our homes gathering dust. Yet a ... [PRNewser]

Pew Study Looks At Photo, Video Sharing Habits - Posted September 14, 2012
There's a lot of pressure on journalists and news organizations to be everywhere, not just when it comes to feet on the ground reporting but also when it comes to tweets, pins, posts, etc. on all form of social media. We've even encouraged the trend with tips to maximize your presence on... [TVSpy]

Seems Like 'The Rich' Might Have a PR Problem - Posted August 28, 2012
While Americans generally "admire" and may even envy our wealthiest countrymen, we don't seem to like rich folk very much! These are the conclusions drawn from an intriguing ... [PRNewser]

Will Facebook Decide Whether Obama Or Romney Is Winning The Digital Race? - Posted August 17, 2012
The highly competitive ... [AllFacebook]

Social Media Newsfeed: Medium Launch | Klout Revamp | Facebook Data Center - Posted August 15, 2012
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Study: Number of Daily Twitter Users Have Doubled - Posted May 31, 2012
A new study from Pew Internet finds that the number of daily Twitter users among adults has doubled since May of last year, even though the overall percentage of Twitter users has only grown 2 percent since that time. The authors of the study attributed the increase to a rise in... [10,000 Words]

Infographic: How Social Media Wins At Breaking News - Posted April 18, 2012
Here's some lunch-time fodder to consider. How reliant are you on social media to keep up on the latest news? How has this changed for you in the past decade? To put this in perspective, think about this: On September 11, 2001, how did you hear about the World Trade Center attacks?... [10,000 Words]

Viewers Still Tuning In To TV News - Posted September 27, 2011
Results released this week by the Pew Internet Project, the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism, and the Knight Foundation show that many people still rely o... [PRNewser]

New Media Index: 2011 MTV Video Music Awards Top Twitter, YouTube - Posted September 8, 2011
The 2011 MTV Video Music Awards dominated Twitter and YouTube in the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism's New Media Index for the week of Aug. 29-Sept. 2, wh... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Twitter Users Focus on Twitter's Role in Debt Ceiling Agreement - Posted August 12, 2011
The Aug. 2 agreement to raise the debt ceiling for the United States was the subject of the most shared links via Twitter and blogs, but the Twitterverse took a different approach, focusing on the role that Twitter itself played in the process, according to the Pew Research Center's Project for... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Formula 1 TV Deal Starts Twitter's Engines - Posted August 4, 2011
Twitter users rushed to express their displeasure with the deal by the British Broadcasting Corp. and Sky Sports to air Formula 1 auto races, as only one-half of the events will now be on f... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Tweeted Links Surge on U.K. Phone Hacking Scandal - Posted July 29, 2011
The News Corp. News of the World phone hacking scandal marked its ... [SocialTimes.com]

Casey Anthony Top Newsmaker Last Week - Posted July 12, 2011
According to the PEJ, Barack Obama is no match for Casey Anthony. La... [Fishbowl NY]

Casey Anthony Top Newsmaker Last Week - Posted July 12, 2011
According to the PEJ, Barack Obama is no match for Casey Anthony. La... [FishbowlNY]

New Media Index: Twitter Users Captivated by Google+ - Posted July 8, 2011
Twitter users were fascinated by the launch of another social network, Google+, while the declaration by Rep. Michele Bachmann... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Twitter Users Focus on Small Businesses Using foursquare - Posted June 10, 2011
The use of location-based mobile app foursquare by small businesses was the topic of the most news links shared via Twitter during the week of May 30-June 3, according to the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism's ... [SocialTimes.com]

PEJ: Bloggers, Facebook, Twitter Favor Israel in 1967 Borders Discussion - Posted May 27, 2011
President Barack Obama's address about the Middle East May 19, in which he suggested that Israel and Palestine revert to their 1967 borders, drew strong reaction on blogs, Twitter, and Facebook, most of it pro-Israel, according to a ... [SocialTimes.com]

Media Undecided About Which Sites People Are Actually Reading - Posted May 23, 2011
The media traffic wars are heated folks. It started, it seems, a couple of weeks ago, when the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism released a study showing that The Drudge Report is a major traffic driver, trumping social networks. ... [PRNewser]

Bin Laden Killed: A News Coverage Record - Posted May 10, 2011
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism has been tracking mainstream media coverage with its ... [TVNewser]

Drudge Report Still a Significant Traffic Driver to News Sites - Posted May 9, 2011
The Drudge Report may pale in comparison to Google, Facebook, and Twitter when it comes to size and scale, but in terms of driving traffic to news sites, it more than holds its own, according to ... [TVNewser]

New Media Index: Twitter/TweetDeck Speculation Most-Tweeted - Posted April 29, 2011
Swirling rumors of Twitter acquiring third-party client TweetDeck accounted for the most news links shared via Twitter during the week of April 18-22, while the most-watched news and politics video on YouTube was Czech Republic President ... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Mashable Infographic Is Most-Tweeted; Bloggers Eye Steve Jobs Biography - Posted April 22, 2011
An infographic from Mashable, The Winners & Losers of Social Networking, was the most-Tweeted news link during the week of April 1... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Google's YouTube Plans Top Twitter - Posted April 15, 2011
Google's announcement that it would spend $100 million to create original programming for its YouTube video site was the subject of 10 percent of news links shared via Twitter, topping th... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: No Dominant Stories on Blogs, Twitter - Posted April 8, 2011
A former death row inmate who won a $14 million from the Supreme Court was the subject of the most shared news links by bloggers, while the new Google +1 service topped the Twitter list, and the most-watched news and politics video on YouTube was a ... [SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Earthquake, Tsunami in Japan Dominate Twitter; Bloggers Ready for 2012 Presidential Campaign - Posted March 17, 2011
The earthquake and tsunami that victimized Japan March 11 accounted for a whopping 66 percent of Tweeted news links for the week of March 7-11, despite occurring on the last day of the period, while the upcoming 2012 presidential campaign domin... [UnBeige]

New Media Index: Earthquake, Tsunami in Japan Dominate Twitter; Bloggers Ready for 2012 Presidential Campaign - Posted March 17, 2011
The earthquake and tsunami that victimized Japan March 11 accounted for a whopping 66 percent of Tweeted news links for the week of March 7-11, despite occurring on the last day of the period, while the upcoming 2012 presidential campaign domin... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: On, Wisconsin for Bloggers; Twitter Eats Up Apple - Posted March 3, 2011
Bloggers shared the most news links about the labor unrest in Wisconsin, while Apple was the most-Tweeted news subject, and the most-watched news and politics video on YouTube was two Australian news anchors ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Are Budget-Minded, While Tweeters Scan the List of the U.K.'s Elite Tweeters - Posted February 24, 2011
President Barack Obama's $3.73 trillion budget proposal was the subject of the most news links shared by bloggers, while The Independent's list of the ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Patriot Act Accounts for Most Shared News Links via Both Blogs, Twitter - Posted February 17, 2011
The House of Representatives vote on whether to extend the Patriot Act was the subject of the most news links shared via both blogs and Twitter during the week of Feb. 7-11, while the most-watched news and politics video on YouTube was... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Egypt News Dominates Bloggers' Shared Links - Posted February 10, 2011
The political turmoil in Egypt accounted for 57 percent of news links shared by bloggers during the week of Jan. 31-Feb. 4, while ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

New Media Index: A Taxing Problem for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Tops Bloggers' Shared News Links - Posted February 3, 2011
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' failure to report his wife's earnings over a five-year period was the subject of the most news links shared via bloggers, while a ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: McCain Op-Ed Praising Obama's Arizona Memorial Speech Was Top News Link Shared by Bloggers - Posted January 27, 2011
An op-ed piece in The Washington Post by Sen. ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Tucson Shooting Dominates Blogs; Google Tops Tight Twitter List - Posted January 20, 2011
The Jan. 8 shootings in Tucson, Ariz., dominated news links shared by bloggers, while new offerings from Google accounted for the most-Tweeted news links, according to the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism's ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Discuss GOP-Led 112th Congress; Apple Remains Apple of Tweeters' Eyes - Posted January 13, 2011
The Republican-controlled 112th Congress was the subject of the most news links shared by bloggers, while the Twitterverse was enthralled with Apple for the second consecutive week, and the most-watched news and politics video on You... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Dwell on the Economy, While Apple Is the Fruit of the Twitterverse - Posted January 6, 2011
The economy was top-of-mind for bloggers during the final week of 2010, while Apple was the apple of the Twitterverse, and the most-watched news and politics video on YouTube was footage of a man who ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: WikiLeaks Maintains Hold on Bloggers; Mashable Lists Tweeted - Posted December 29, 2010
The WikiLeaks controversy continued to dominate news links shared by bloggers during the week of Dec. 20-24, while a ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Top Startup Trends of 2010 - Posted December 28, 2010
... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

4% of Mobile Users Used Phones to Monitor Election News, Study Finds - Posted December 23, 2010
Eighty-two percent of American adults have cell phones, though just 4 percent of adults used their phones to monitor election results during this past midterm election cycle, according to a study released Thursday by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. The number of adults with mobile devices has fluctuated... [TVSpy]

New Media Index: Bloggers Slice Into Tax-Cut Accord; WikiLeaks Dominates Twitter - Posted December 16, 2010
Bloggers shared the most news links about the deal between President Barack Obama and Republicans in Congress on tax cuts, while the ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Eight Percent of American Internet Users are on Twitter [Study] - Posted December 9, 2010
Pew Research Center has released its first report that looks exclusively at Twitter today, and the results show some interesting demographic and usage patter... [AllTwitter]

New Media Index: Bloggers Tell TSA Not to Touch Their Junk; Twitter Mostly Mashable - Posted December 2, 2010
The new security measures implemented by the ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Idea of War with Iran Scares Bloggers; Mashable Dominates Tweeted Links - Posted November 11, 2010
Bloggers fretted the possibility of a war with Iran, while Mashable accounted for all of the five most-Tweeted news articles, as it did during the week of Oct... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

PEJ Study: Bloggers Offer Mixed Verdict on Midterm Elections; Twitter Users Encourage Voting - Posted November 5, 2010
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism released the results of a study titled ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Location-Based Service Users 'Fit Profile of Early Adopter' - Posted November 4, 2010
Pew Research Center found that use of location-based services like Foursquare remains low, with users fitting "the profile of any early adopt... [PRNewser]

New Media Index: Bloggers Sip from Tea Party Cup; Twitter Sends iPhone, HD Video Camera Into Space - Posted October 28, 2010
Bloggers attended a Tea Party during the week of Oct. 18-22, while Tweeters took to the sky with an iPhone and HD video camera, and the most-watched news and politics video on YouTube featured unidentified flying objects over midtown Manhattan, according to t... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Share Bad News (Economy, Mortgage Crisis); Tweeters Share Good News (Rescue of Chilean Miners) - Posted October 21, 2010
Economic issues, particularly the housing market, topped the list of the most-shared news links by bloggers, while the rescue of the formerly trapped miners from the northern Atacama desert in Chile accounted for the most Tweeted news links, an... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Ponder Midterm Elections; Tweeters Ponder Twitter - Posted October 14, 2010
Bloggers were focused on the upcoming midterm elections during the week of Oct. 4-8, while Twitter users used Twitter to talk about Twitter, and the most-watched news and politics video on YouTube was A fake news video from the Onion News Network saying that ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Find Religion, Tweeters Find Dead Mouse in Their Bread - Posted October 7, 2010
Bloggers lost their religion over a Los Angeles Times story about ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Curl Up with Bob Woodward's Obama's Wars; Tweeters Tweet About Twitter Security Breach - Posted September 30, 2010
Obama's Wars, Bob Woodward's new book about internal debate over the war in Afghanistan within the administration of President ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

PEJ Releases New Study on Media's Coverage of Technology's Affects on Society - Posted September 27, 2010
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism released a new study, ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Users of Social Network Twitter Focus on Social Networks, Twitter - Posted September 23, 2010
Four of the five most-shared news links via Twitter were very close to home, involving social media and Twitter itself, while the war in Afghanistan and the death of actor ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

New Media Index: Bloggers Focus on Iraq War - Posted September 16, 2010
The war in Iraq was the subject of the most news links shared by bloggers during the week of Sept. 6-10, while a report on Mashabl... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Study Finds New Media Doesn't Fill Journalism Gap - Posted January 11, 2010
While blogs and social networking sites like Twitter pride themselves on being able to break stories faster than conventional news outlets (as well as often playing the role of citizen watchdogs to the MSM), a new study has found that the actual original reporting produced on the Internet is nowhere close... [Fishbowl NY]

Study Finds New Media Doesn't Fill Journalism Gap - Posted January 11, 2010
While blogs and social networking sites like Twitter pride themselves on being able to break stories faster than conventional news outlets (as well as often playing the role of citizen watchdogs to the MSM), a new study has found that the actual original reporting produced on the Internet is nowhere close... [FishbowlNY]

Americans' Opinion Of The Media Hits New Low - Posted September 14, 2009
A new Pew Research Center for the People & the Press survey, released yesterday, reveals that the American public's opinion of the press's accuracy has reached its lowest level in two decades of Pew surveys. The public's th... [Fishbowl NY]

Americans' Opinion Of The Media Hits New Low - Posted September 14, 2009
A new Pew Research Center for the People & the Press survey, released yesterday, reveals that the American public's opinion of the press's accuracy has reached its lowest level in two decades of Pew surveys. The public's th... [FishbowlNY]

Research Says Number Of Print Readers Is Worse Than Expected - Posted April 20, 2009
As if we didn't know already, Pew Research Center for the People and the Press has put together a report of the exact number of people reading news in print. Now, we have to warn you, what you're going to read after the jump is truly harrowing. We say... [MediaJobsDaily]

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