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Key Findings From the 2009 Middleberg SNCR Survey of Media in the Wired World

There is no doubt that the advent of social media and citizen journalism are affecting journalists, journalism, and the state of the media industry. Through the use of social media and new communications tools and technologies, news and information can be communicated more widely and quickly and by more people than ever before. Meanwhile, old media and communications business models are breaking down. The 2nd Annual Middleberg/SNCR Survey of Media in the Wired World examined the effect of new communications and social media tools and technologies and the impact of citizen journalism on journalists and journalism.

This report was originally published by the Society for New Communications Research, which officially merged with The Conference Board in January 2016.







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