By the end of 2005, 50 million Americans got news online on a typical day, a sizable increase since 2002. Much of that growth has been fueled by the rise in home broadband connections over the last four years.
New research shows that the Web sites of newspapers are gaining ground.
Are we entering an era of "user-generated" online content? We may not quite be there. But if you look at how young people with high-speed connections interface with the news, the phrase "news consumers" doesn't capture what these people do when th...
This presentation shows pattern of online news consumption, with particular emphasis on how high-speed internet connections help shift the center of news consumption closer to the online world, especially for young internet users.
75 million Americans used the internet in the last campaign to get political news and information, discuss candidates and debate issues in emails, or participate directly in the political process by volunteering or giving contributions to candidates....
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Got bandwidth at home? Like politics? If you answer 'yes' to these questions, and you're young, the internet shaped what you learned about the presidential election.
Millions go online for news and images not covered in the mainstream press. But many are repulsed by what they see.