How social can news get?
Lee Rainie speaks at a conference on citizen journalism and social media (updated with slides)
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.
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.
Understanding the Participatory News Consumer
How internet and cell phone users have turned news into a social experience.
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’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.
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.
Twitter users are more mobile in news consumption
Along with communicating extensively via untethered mobile devices, Twitter users are more likely to consume news and information on these devices as well.
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.