Digital Journal - Two-Thirds of Americans Believe Traditional Journalism is 'Out of Touch' - by Chris Hoqq
Two-Thirds of Americans Believe Traditional Journalism is 'Out of Touch' - by Chris Hoqq
According to a new poll, more than two-thirds of the U.S. believe traditional journalism is out of touch with what Americans want from their news. The survey also showed more people are turning to the Web to get their daily news fix. he survey found that the Internet outweighs TV, radio and newspapers as the most frequently used and important source for news and information. Websites were also cited as being more trustworthy than traditional sources by 32 per cent of respondents. 69 per cent believe media companies are becoming too large and powerful to allow for competition, while 17 per cent believe they are the right size to adequately compete.