Millennials: keeping up with the news is important, but without paying for it

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According to a report released today by the Media Insight Project, a collaboration between the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, most millennials don’t seek out news on social media, but the vast majority of them get news from social networks once they see it there.   Continue reading… “Millennials: keeping up with the news is important, but without paying for it”

The Coming Era of E-Newspapers

 The Coming Era of E-Newspapers

Sometime in the next two years, if Hearst Corp.’s plans work out, a handful of Seattle Post-Intelligencer readers will begin getting their morning news not from the paper on the front stoop or by dropping change in a corner newsbox — or even on their laptop — but from a new electronic newspaper that’s displayed on a screen as light and flexible as paper.

The screen will be about the size of a small tabloid newspaper, and it will be in color.

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