Pew Social Media Study: 30% Of The U.S. Gets News Via Facebook; Reddit Has The Most News-Hungry Regular Users | TechCrunch
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The Pew Research Center is today releasing comparative numbers looking at how U.S. adults use social networking sites to read news.
Mike Ellsworth‘s insight:
If you want to break news, do it on Facebook: "64% of U.S. adults using the site every month, roughly half of them (30%) are using it to read news" and Twitter "16% of U.S. adults using it regularly, but just about half of those (52%, working out to 8% of U.S. adults) turning to Twitter for news."
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