Recent research confirms that we are living in the digital information age. Nearly half of all Americans get some form of local news on a mobile device, and 46% of people get their news online at least three times a week. What’s more, online news sources officially surpassed print newspapers in ad revenue in 2010.
Thanks to online news, we’re getting more breaking news than ever. And thanks to social media, we’re getting news as it happens—sometimes even before news organizations have a chance to report it.
Are more people turning to social media for breaking news?
And can we trust the news that social media delivers to be accurate and factual?
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