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Leadership Changes At Reynolds Journalism Institute

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Old Media Still Popular With Mobile Users

Nearly three-quarters (72%) of U.S. adults who own smartphones say they got news and information frequently or very frequently from at least one traditional media source — television news or printed newspapers — in the week prior to participating in the latest Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute mobile media poll.

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Mobile Users Prefer Mainstream News Sites

Despite the growing popularity of social media, mobile users prefer to get their news from mainstream news sites rather than their friends, according to a new Reynolds Journalism Institute survey.


Tablet Users Prefer Reading News In Evening

Tablet owners spend more time consuming news at home after work than people who don’t own the devices, according to a new study from the Reynolds Journalism Institute.