Johnnie Moore

Net beats newspapers for campaign news

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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Pew reports a big increase in the number of American’s using the internet for presidential campaign news. The number’s up from 10% to 33% in just four years. TV and newspapers have changed little over the same period.

Doesn’t surprise me. I’m actively following the campaign online and what little TV coverage I’ve seen has felt quite feeble in comparison. I’ve found my personal “trusted sources” and the telly boys can’t compete.

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