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BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives January 20, 2016

People have more trust in Google for news than news outlets

Google is the second most reputable company in the world and more people trust Google for news than they trust the news outlets in Google News' index. ... >>

BizReport | Social Marketing July 16, 2015

News consumption growing on social networks

Social networks have an increasing role in the news environment. A new study from the Pew Research Center and the Knight Foundation reveals the different ways of connecting with news employed by users of Twitter and Facebook. ... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives July 14, 2015

News consumption - the rise of Citizen Editorship

A new report from PR firm 72Point challenges the perception that consumers can not cope with a wealth of content, suggesting instead a form of 'citizen editorship' that filters out content that does not interest them.... >>

BizReport | Advertising archives June 22, 2015

Consumers hate sponsored content but realize it is how they get free news

According to a new report from Reuters, it is not at all surprising that publishers are turning to native advertising and sponsored content in the face of increased use of ad blocking technology. But, what do consumers think of the... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing June 27, 2013

Does owning a tablet make you more 'newsie'? Owners like to think so.

The results of a new study reveal that American tablet owners believe they are more up-to-date with current news and events than their non-tablet owning friends. But, are they lying?... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives February 08, 2011

Blog posts wield more influence over time

A study from Stanford University has found that, over time, bloggers wield more influence than mainstream publications in areas such as entertainment and technology. ... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives March 04, 2010

When it comes to content consumers aren't loyal

Content publishers already know: the public appetite for news and information is nearly insatiable. This is a good thing for publishers and advertisers with unique offerings. The problem is that when it comes to consuming that content, users aren't returning... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives January 21, 2010

Reporters and editors increasingly use social media to source, research stories

The number of reporters and editors using social media to source stories and perform research and interviews has significantly increased in the last year or so, and a recent survey from Cision and George Washington University produced the figures to... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives June 11, 2009

Harris Interactive looks into GLBT blog preferences

Gay and lesbian Internet users are more likely than heterosexuals to read blogs on line, according to a recent survey by Harris Interactive. ... >>

BizReport | Internet April 16, 2009

Pew: Internet major source of U.S. election information

While television remains the top source for U.S. election news, the Internet now rivals newspapers, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project. ... >>

BizReport | Research archives May 02, 2007

Users choose multi-media over news content

News and media websites have another reason to be nervous about the ever-changing Internet: according to a new study from Hitwise, nearly 200% of past traffic has left news and media sites in favor of newer multi-media sites.... >>

BizReport | Social Marketing February 13, 2007

Online newspapers are attracting more and more readers

By taking advantage of Web 2.0 technologies and increasing their footprints, online newspapers are drawing an online crowd.... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives January 26, 2007

AP syndicates content to Wii

Starting this weekend, Nintendo Wii owners will have something new to do, while they play games: read. The Associated Press has syndicated news feeds to the broadband-enabled console. ... >>