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The monetization dilemma for media: Paywalls on one side, advertising on the other

Why the NYT-Flipboard deal is a smart move

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The New York Times hasn’t exactly been free-wheeling with its digital content in the past: the only way you could get it was through the newspaper’s apps or via excerpts on a site like The Huffington Post or Google News — which is why the deal it announced early...
Why the NYT-Flipboard deal is a smart move

It's official: News consumption is all about social and mobile

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Anyone who watches the way those around them consume the news, or thinks about their own consumption habits, is probably well aware of how large a role social networks like Twitter and Facebook now play in the way we get news, and also of how much that consumption is coming...
It's official: News consumption is all about social and mobile

Pew: Social Networking Most Popular In The UK, And Despite The Smartphone App Boom, Voice Calls Remain King

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The Pew Center has been running a long-term study on U.S. consumer habits on the Internet and  other digital media (you can read about some of the findings here); today it’s releasing a new set of data that looks at the wider global situation, as part of Pew’s Global Attitudes Project....
Pew: Social Networking Most Popular In The UK, And Despite The Smartphone App Boom, Voice Calls Remain King

Tweets = public opinion? New data suggests we should think twice on this

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Are the number of tweets per television show the new Nielsen ratings? Or are tweets on election day the same as exit polls? Twitter might be moving in that direction, but new data from the Pew Center should have you think twice before trusting Twitter as a barometer of public opinion. It’s not...
Tweets = public opinion? New data suggests we should think twice on this
Newspapers that aren't dying: Four success stories and four lessons

Half of all cell owners use phones while watching TV #thecircuit

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Multiple screens: Over one half of all cell phone owners use their phones while watching television, according to a new study from the Pew Center for Internet and American Life Project. Cell phone owners use their phones to keep themselves occupied during commercial breaks, talk to other people watching...
Half of all cell owners use phones while watching TV #thecircuit

Your Facebook friends have more friends than you

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The average Facebook user has 245 friends. But the average friend on Facebook has 359 friends. So says the latest study by the Pew Center’s Internet and American Life Project. But how could it be true that your friends, on average, are more popular than you? Read full article >>...
Your Facebook friends have more friends than you

AT&T launches VoteHub, brings the presidential election to your pocket

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Need yet another constant stream of election information? AT&T's joined up with the Pew Center to bring election coverage to your pocket, courtesy of VoteHub. The new app is a "nonpartisan clearinghouse for essential voter information," including candidate info, AP press coverage, election results and the requisite social sharing...
AT&T launches VoteHub, brings the presidential election to your pocket

Is it the best of times or the worst of times for journalism? Yes

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If you’re convinced this is the worst possible time to be a journalist, there’s plenty of evidence to support you: just this week, there have been cutbacks at the New York Post and news of cuts at the venerable Village Voice, not to mention periodic bankruptcies and printing-press shutdowns. But...
Is it the best of times or the worst of times for journalism? Yes

A majority of all American adults own a smartphone, poll says

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For the first time, a majority of American adults are now smartphone owners, according to a study released Wednesday. The Pew Center for Internet and American Life found that 56 percent of all American adults now use mobile phones that run an operating system such as Apple's iOS, Google's Android...
A majority of all American adults own a smartphone, poll says
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