Tag Archives: social media

Survey Says- News story #1 by Rachel Davidson

College Students Consume News through Social Media Platforms By Rachel Davidson EUGENE, Ore–University of Oregon students get news information via social media platforms a survey discovered last week.  Americans no longer consume news from the typical daily newspaper on a … Continue reading

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Survey shows the internet is most popular outlet for news consumption

A survey of University of Oregon students reports that news organizations must keep an online presence in order to reach college students By Mackenzie Henshaw EUGENE, Ore—A recent survey conducted at the University of Oregon shows that students consume their … Continue reading

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How College Students Gather News

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Beat Blog 2: Global Relief on Twitter

Twitter is revitalizing communication. Social media is not just for casual social use. Many nonprofit global relief organizations use twitter as a way to communicate to their supporters. If you are curious about the organization and what their focus is, … Continue reading

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“The Data-Driven Life” and our relationship with information.

by Claire Staley Searching through the @longreads Twitter feed, I found a tweet that grabbed my attention: a New York Times magazine article entitled “The Data-Driven Life. I was initially attracted to the article because the title itself raises implications … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: National Conversation (v.2)

MJ’s post yesterday points out  a legitimate concern for mass media. It is probably a good one to have (means you care, right?). The combined effect of Facebook, MySpace and Twitter created a new paradigm of social media positioned at … Continue reading

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Survey Says: Students Prefer Print Publications

Twice as many University of Oregon students still read traditional print media more often than their electronic counterparts, a poll conducted Tuesday concluded. Continue reading

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Social Media Experiences Growing Pains

Social media is currently stuck in a sort of awkward adolescence: full of hope and potential, but no one is willing to take it seriously quite yet. And after all, why should they? There are occasional gems of insight, but … Continue reading

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