Communications & Attitudes:The Internet versus Print Media
This presentation discusses how user behavior is likely to shape future demand for printed materials. Much of the presentation centers on the Pew Internet Project’s typology of users of information and communication technology, which suggests that…
Election Newshounds Speak Up
Americans flocked in record numbers to their favorite media sources for political news last fall. In this report, fans of newspaper, TV and online news sites tell how and why they differ.
Some 12% of internet users say they have downloaded a podcast so they can listen to it or view it at a later time.
The Future of TV
Lee Rainie appeared on The Diane Rehm Show on NPR on January 12, 2006, speaking about the future of TV.
Online newspapers gain a foothold
New research shows that the Web sites of newspapers are gaining ground.
Eustace Tilley Moves On
The New Yorker magazine begins to figure out the internet.
Cities Online: Urban Development and the Internet
This report examines how institutions in five cities (Austin, Texas; Cleveland, Ohio; Nashville, Tennessee; Portland, Oregon and Washington, D.C.) are adapting to the Internet as an economic development and community-building tool. The experiences in these communities suggests that the Internet is best used to encourage bottom-up initiatives, encourage and nurture catalytic individuals in communities, encourage public funding for technology programs, encourage “bridging” among groups, and encourage experimentation.