The new news audience
How news consumers (and now news participators) have changed in the digital age
Trends in internet use: How public radio fits in
Pew Internet Project data about changes in the online world, different technology users, and how those changes might affect public radio programming.
The Internet as a Diversion
Three-quarters of online economic users go online to relax and take their minds off of the recession. Fully 88% of 18-29 year old online economic users look to the internet to relax.
The number of online adults who use classified ads websites, such as Craigslist, more than doubled from 2005 to 2009.
The Internet’s Role in Campaign 2008
A majority of American adults went online in 2008 to keep informed about political developments and to get involved with the election.
Ads in Google news aren’t entirely relevant — yet
Google has started placing ads on Google News pages. How’s that working out?
The New News Media-scape
This speech pulls together Pew Internet findings and analysis about how people get news and relate to news items in the digital age.
New social media research
Our colleagues at the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism have developed a New Media Index and are unveiling it today.
Internet Now Major Source of Campaign News
TV continues to dominate the media landscape, but the internet now rivals newspapers as a main source for campaign news.
Changing news audience behavior
A new kind of news consumer emerges as a quarter of the population blends news sources rather than relying on one platform.