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Do UK Social Users Trust Shared News?

Do UK Social Users Trust Shared News? | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
eMarketer estimates that more than half of the UK population will use social networks in 2013. These users are employing social platforms both as content aggregators and as a way to engage digitally with print media brands, according to a new report.
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"In Ofcom’s “News Consumption in the UK - 2013” report, highlighting research conducted by Kantar Media in April 2013, 23% of UK internet users said they used social networking websites or apps, such those for Facebook and Twitter, for news consumption—the same proportion that cited accessing newspapers’ sites or apps."

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Is the future hyperlocal?

Is the future hyperlocal? | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

I  look forward to the delivery of my daily newspaper. The thud as the bundle of pages strikes the driveway or lands in the bushes  signals the dawning of a new day. But sadly this comfort will soon be gone...

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YouTube & News | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ)

YouTube & News | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

The Lead Teaser: News is becoming a major part of what Americans watch on YouTube. In the last 15 months, a third of the most searched terms on the video sharing site were news related.

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Wiratchai Pongkoh's curator insight, January 13, 2013 10:12 AM

The trend is quite significantly increasing,,,,

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Newspapers take aim at Google News again

Newspapers take aim at Google News again | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

For digital news publishers, nailing a prominent link in Google News has almost always been a good thing. It is a traffic boon. The automatic news aggregation service sends 4 billion clicks to news websites every month, according to Google. But some publishers – namely AP, AFP, and Rupert Murdoch – have long taken umbrage with Google, whom they have accused of leeching off of newspapers’ content. Cantankerous Murdoch has called Google “content kleptomaniacs.”


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The Tablet Revolution | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ)

The Tablet Revolution | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

How People Use Tablets and What it Means for the Future of News.

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Newslook iPad app brings order to news video viewing

Newslook iPad app brings order to news video viewing | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

Newslook's first iPad app allows users to build their own channel using video from more than 50 sources including the AP, Reuters, Bloomberg, National Geographic and others.

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