May 29 2013
In the last year, major events have shined the spotlight on the increasingly unpredictable world of news and media. Millennials are growing up and getting used to a world where news is as likely to reach them via Twitter as it is from a news network, incorrect reporting and retractions are the norm in post-crisis media, and everything moves so quickly that major news organizations are trying to keep up with blogs to get to a story first. These days The Daily Show counts as a legitimate news source, and Buzzfeed and CNN recently teamed up to create a news video channel for young adults. It’s the new wild west of news media. In the face of this chaotic news environment, we asked a series of questions to Millennials 14-30-years-old to get a snapshot of their attitudes towards news, where they’re getting it, how confident they are in it, and how they wish they could be informed. The results are below in the second of our infographic series!
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