UncategorizedApril 14, 2011

The Internet and the 2010 Midterms

Summary of research findings from Pew Internet’s 2010 post-election survey.

UncategorizedMarch 24, 2011

Trends to Watch: News and Information Consumption

Kristen will present the latest Pew Internet findings on participatory and mobile news consumption, and the level of public interest in religious and spiritual news and information.

UncategorizedMarch 17, 2011

The Internet and Campaign 2010

54% of adults used the internet for political purposes in the 2010 election cycle, far surpassing the 2006 midterm contest.

UncategorizedFebruary 5, 2011

How social can news get?

Lee Rainie speaks at a conference on citizen journalism and social media (updated with slides)

UncategorizedAugust 12, 2010

News Consumption 2010: A portrait of “local news enthusiasts”

This talk highlights how today’s changing information ecology, specifically the increasing use of social media and mobile technologies, has altered the way consumers access and interact with news and information.

UncategorizedJune 24, 2010

How Media Consumption Has Changed Since 2000

Consumption of news, information and entertainment has radically changed, and not just online. In this talk, Director Lee Rainie presents the latest data and trends.

UncategorizedJune 15, 2010

News Consumption 2010: Portable, Participatory and Personal

This talk highlights how today’s changing information ecology, specifically the increasing use of social media and mobile technologies, has altered the way consumers access and interact with news and information.

UncategorizedJune 14, 2010

Jersey Arts Marketers Media Roundtable

Kristen Purcell presents Pew Internet’s latest findings about the participatory news consumer to media professionals representing nonprofit arts organizations from across the state of New Jersey.

UncategorizedMarch 15, 2010

Lee Rainie talks with Media Life about the economics of online news

UncategorizedMarch 15, 2010

The Economics of Online News

Excerpts from material contributed by the Pew Internet Project to the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism “State of the News Media” report.