Social Journalism Study 2015
More than half of journalists now say they can’t work without social media – but at the same time, the number of journalists hooked on social networks for hours every day is falling.
What does it all mean for PRs?
Our latest Social Journalism Study explores the ways that journalists are using social media, charting the changes we’ve seen over the last four years and predicting the trends that will shape the PR-journalist dialogue in the coming months and years.
Download to find out:
- the platforms journalists are using now and what they want from them
- what concerns journalists have about social media and how PRs might address them
- why journalists’ use of social media is in decline – despite it remaining essential to their work
Download the Social Journalism Study 2015 to make sure you know the what, where and why of social journalism, and how to make it work for you →