Tag Archives: Pew Research Center

Are You Part of the E-Reading Trend?

Have you read an e-book recently? If you said yes, it’s likely that you: Read more books, including print versions, than those who say no. The average e-book reader reports reading 24 books in the past 12 months. This compares … Continue reading

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Does the Trend Toward Digital Paywalls Affect You?

Although The Wall Street Journal offers some free content, it launched its digital edition in the mid-90s with a paid subscription model. As of September 2011*, more than 537,000 readers were paying for online access, with 80,000 of these accessing … Continue reading

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Texting Ranks No. 1 Among Teens’ Daily Communication Choices

Think the teens you know are less communicative lately? Research just released by the Pew Internet & American Life Project proves otherwise. Although it’s true that teens are spending less time on phone calls than before, their use of texting … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Secret Life of Generation Connected

While listening to a radio program early this week, I heard a professor say she encouraged her students to bring laptops to class to take notes. The challenge for educators, she pointed out, was the potential for distraction. “More than … Continue reading

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How We Get News About Our Local Communities

Do you watch local TV news? I do and a just-released survey* by the Pew Research Center and the Knight Foundation shows that my behavior closely tracks that of most Americans. Interestingly, I turn off the news just after the weather … Continue reading

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