Nieman Foundation at Harvard
HOME
          
LATEST STORY
Americans don’t really like the media much — unless it’s their go-to news outlets you’re asking about
ABOUT                    SUBSCRIBE

Articles tagged Amy Mitchell (16)

“The online news experience is a mix of deliberateness and serendipity,” a new report from Pew finds, noting that no one particular path to finding online news is dominant among users.
Pew’s annual survey of the news media shows that trends of mobile consumption and platform domination are ongoing.
People will read longer content on their smartphones, a new Pew report finds.
A lot of what we know about how news consumption is changing comes from Pew’s research. Here’s a look at some — local news, millennials’ habits, political polarization, and more — of what they’re interested in going forward.
A new study from the Pew Research Center and Knight Foundation finds that more Americans of all ages, races, genders, education levels, and incomes are using Twitter and Facebook to consume news.
For baby boomers, local TV is the top source for politics news. Millennials are getting it from their News Feeds.
The impact of Do Not Track on news outlets and the complexities of filter bubbles and polarization: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
From 2003 to 2014, the number of newspaper reporters covering American statehouses fell 35 percent.
Predicting what goes viral, sourcing the Arab Spring, and Twitter in power vs. out of power: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
Pew’s annual omnibus report finds that the transition to digital, and the influx of new money and new ideas, only represents a sliver of activity in the broader media.