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  • May 20, 2012 • Digital News • by

    The Tablet Revolution

    *EJO Student Contribution Could tablets be the long-awaited solution to the newspaper revenue crisis?  With new statistics showing that tablet usage promotes news consumption, establishing revenue streams via pay-per-view content is...

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  • January 2, 2011 • Digital News • by

    Granny 2.0

    Pew research shows growing number of seniors dive into social networking. She bakes a mean gingerbread and started a fibromyalgia support group on Facebook: She is Granny 2.0.  Seniors are typically paper-readers and six o’clock...

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  • October 16, 2010 • Digital News • by

    Fewer Papers, More Web

    Seventy minutes is the average time an American citizen devotes to the news. The Web grows, newspapers lose readers, radio and TV remain consistent. In the last 20 years news sources for Americans have changed significantly.  According to...

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  • June 9, 2010 • Digital News • by

    News Across Media Platforms

    We know the differences between YouTube and the Financial Times are voluminous. And yes, we’ve also learned that people are doing more with YouTube than searching for videos of spastic housecats swinging from ceiling fans. But...

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  • March 17, 2010 • Ethics and Quality • by

    State of the News Media 2010

    The Project for Excellence in Journalism releases State of the News Media 2010 report. The comprehensive report provides deep analysis of  2009’s media situation, assessing the status of newspapers, magazines, network news, cable...

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