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Tools we use 3: Newspaper names | RJI

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"1772","attributes":{"class":"media-image alignleft","typeof":"foaf:Image","style":"","width":"374","height":"357","alt":""}}]]What's in a name? For newspapers the answer is Suns, Stars and Eagles.Tools We Use is a series of reports on the Web publishing technologies used by media organizations. This post, however, is just for fun.My data includes 1,506 U.S. print newspapers (dailies and alternative weeklies).

Tools we use 1: Publishing print newspapers online: CMSs | RJI

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"1770","attributes":{"class":"media-image alignleft","typeof":"foaf:Image","style":"","width":"427","height":"620","alt":""}}]]Battle of the CMS stars: Usage statistics on the technologies that power media websitesThis first Tools We Use report focuses on the Web publishing platforms of newspapers. That's right, I said "papers," that innovative technology that disrupted the thriving wandering minstrel industry.

The Evolving Role of News on Twitter and Facebook | Pew Research Center

The Evolving Role of News on Twitter and Facebook BY MICHAEL BARTHEL, ELISA SHEARER, JEFFREY GOTTFRIED AND AMY MITCHELL The share of Americans for whom Twitter and Facebook serve as a source of news is continuing to rise. This rise comes primarily from more current users encountering news there rather than large increases in the user base overall, according to findings from a new survey. The report also finds that users turn to each of these prominent social networks to fulfill different types of information needs.