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Only 11% of New Twitter Users in 2012 Are Still Tweeting - Digits - WSJ

Only 11% of New Twitter Users in 2012 Are Still Tweeting - Digits - WSJ | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
A new study illustrates the difficulty for Twitter in getting users to be active participants on the service.
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UK Readers Engage with News Brands on Twitter

UK Readers Engage with News Brands on Twitter | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
More and more UK consumers in search of news content—particularly, young consumers—are heading for Twitter. And once they’re there, they often engage with news brands that they wouldn’t normally read either in print or online.
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The FP Twitterati 100

The FP Twitterati 100 | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

In a year of economic and political upheaval, with China on the rise, Europe seemingly in meltdown, and the Middle East in flames --  amid a pitched battle for the White House --  here are the 100 Twitter feeds you need to follow to make sense of it all.

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UK Readers Engage with News Brands on Twitter

UK Readers Engage with News Brands on Twitter | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
More and more UK consumers in search of news content—particularly, young consumers—are heading for Twitter. And once they’re there, they often engage with news brands that they wouldn’t normally read either in print or online.
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Taylor Wessing: Exposing libel myths surrounding Twitter and social media

Taylor Wessing: Exposing libel myths surrounding Twitter and social media | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

In short, Twitter users and anyone else using social media is just as responsible for unlawful material as the traditional and mainstream press. Ignorance of the law is not a defence. The message is clear: if you should not say something in a national newspaper or on the sofa of a news show, you should not say it on Twitter. The public cannot treat their posts on Twitter and Facebook as they would a casual chat to a couple of friends in the pub.

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