The 'Influence Game' infographic takes the future and past of journalism into account when assessing the present day of news sources. The switch to a digital era has been an asset for the presses -- reaching a greater audience than ever before. Just the change between 2011 and 2012 thus far has seen a greater importance placed on Corporate Spokespeople, Newswires and less on Government sources and Corporate Websites.
In the past two years, 33 percent of journalists say that their job satisfaction has increased -- meaning benefits for all. Blogs, infographics and video play a huge role online, whereas they were once either non-existant or placed on the back-burner. The increase of content, quality and hard-work has meant that digital journalism is here to stay.
Stats for Digital Journalism Progression
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Research: 2,030 clicks in 200 w
Interest: 1.6 minutes
Concept: Influence Game
Related: 81 examples / 62 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
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