Right off the bat, the Pew Research Center’s “State of the News Media 2015” reveals just how dramatically different humanity’s access to the news is now compared to “the good ole days.” “At the start of 2015, 39 of the top 50 digital news websites have more traffic to their sites and associated applications coming from… Continue reading Adapt or Die: A Tale of News, Mediums and Everything in Between
As the digital age has ushered in a new era in journalism, some mediums of old have not maintained their followership. Printed newspapers are not as widely read or circulated as they once were, and newsrooms everywhere have downsized on their departments for printed press. However, according to the 2015 State of the News Media… Continue reading Local Television News Still Has a Place in Media Landscape
By Erin Gray Studies show that many millennials get their news from Facebook or other social media platforms before getting news from the paper or from the local television station. Back in the day when my parents were young adults, they did not have cell phones (or the ones that they did have certainly were… Continue reading Times have changed and technology has changed
Source: Fresh Print Magazine In the 2015 State of the News Media by the Pew Research Center, it was no surprise that digital newspapers and magazines are becoming more popular. However it does seem that the media is becoming more personal and local. With blogs and podcasting becoming more and more popular anyone is able to contribute and… Continue reading Is the Media Becoming More Personal?
Reviewing the information outlined in Pew’s State of the News Media, 2015, I found myself consistently impressed with the fact that the news is still an important powerful aspect of consumers’ daily lives. I found this especially true amidst the doom-and-gloom rhetoric about the death of journalism many were predicting just a few years earlier.… Continue reading Change Might Not Be the Worst Thing
Upon reading the giant research article by Pew Research Center, “State of the News Media 2015,” I was intrigued and also not surprised by many of the findings. Every year Pew comes out with a new article analyzing viewer audiences among different media outlets in the United States. To name a few; podcasts, radio, online… Continue reading Publications Innovating Towards Targeted Audiences