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Monday, May 02, 2016

How U.S. Reporters Are Using Facebook, Twitter › Communication Breakdown



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 8 April 2016

 Social media are used to connect with people and share information, so it is not surprising that reporters are using social media platforms in their work – connecting with sources and collecting information are fundamental aspects of journalism. A recent paper offers insights into how, and to what extent, newspaper journalists are using Facebook and Twitter in their reporting.....
 Only 22.7 percent of study participants said that Facebook was either an “important” or “very important” tool for their reporting. On the other hand, 51.7 percent of participants said Twitter was an important or very important tool.

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