Is Facebook becoming the place to find and read news? Do people use Facebook as a news-feed or do they just incidentally read news on the social networking site whilst engaging with friends? Pew Research Center’s brand new study answers the questions.
The Pew Research Center's for Excellence in Journalism publishes annually a comprehensive report on the state of the news business and recent findings stated there are now less than 40,000 full-time employees working in news, the lowest since 1978.
Bought by Google in 2006 for $1.65 billion in stock, YouTube has changed from being a place for uploading videos, to a popular news site for news organizations, and professional and citizen journalists.
According to a new study by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, newspapers in the United States lose $7 in print revenue for every dollar earned in digital revenue. Will a new business model appear?