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Social Media Overtakes Print Newspapers as News Source

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For the first time, social media has surpassed print newspapers as a news source for Americans, Pew Research Center finds. adults said they often get news from social media, compared to 16 percent from print newspapers. Television remains the most popular way Americans receive news, though its use has fallen since 2016.

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Maxim Behar: What will be the television of the future

Maxim Behar

Host: Television has a long history behind it. Maxim : It depends on the concept of television. Is it the screen that stands on the wall or stands opposite of you or is it the institution of television. The institution of television has two elements - one is technological, the other is content. Host: In time, yes.

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Maxim Behar: Social media is the realm of free speech, which makes our world better

Maxim Behar

Twenty to twenty-five years ago, we fought for diversity of opinions on television and in newspapers. And I don't want to belittle the journalist profession - journalism is extremely responsible, influential, and highly qualified because it influences society. There is unlimited freedom. You, me, and many others own media.

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Six Tips on Building Positive Relationships With Journalists [Infographic]

Deirdre Breakenridge

I selected this topic because I am a Journalism major with five internships under my belt. Whether it is a newspaper, magazine, television channel, online publication, etc., Amanda Levenson is a senior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst pursuing a BA in Journalism and a minor in Political Science.

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Nonprofit Local News Gains Steam

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24, Chuck Todd of NBC’s “Meet the Press” shared his insights on the state of journalism and its future. To help bridge the gap between national cable news and diminished, for-profit local news, a nationwide shift toward nonprofit local journalism is now underway. Opportunities for independent journalism.

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The Consequences of Misinformation

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As public-square speakers were eventually replaced by newspapers, and then radio and television, a set of journalistic ethics would lay the foundation for news gathering and reporting. Then came the internet and citizen journalism.

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Pew Study Finds Americans Still Prefer Watching to Reading the News

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Within the subset of news-watching respondents, 75 percent still favor television as their medium of choice. The survey also revealed that: Fewer Americans are relying on newspapers. he holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English from the University of Maryland. Young adults prefer online platforms.

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