This heatmap from EyeTrackShop illustrates where people focus their attention on online news video using an example from CNN.
58% of US respondents read a newspaper, while 57% visited a social networking or blogging site.
Traditional media and online search engines are the most trusted general news information sources around the world, trusted by 58% of citizens.
42% of US smart phone owners and 40% of tablet owners considered their laptop or desktop computers their primary news source.
More than half of internet users surveyed said they watched news clips online—45% watched short video clips, 19% live-streamed video, and 14% viewed full online news shows.
39% of respondents said they read online news every day, only 25% said they watched cable TV news every day.
The leader, by sheer size of audience, may be a surprise to hard-news junkies: the Mail Online, the web outlet of the London-based Daily Mail.
Agencies and marketers rate premium content publishers higher than Facebook for brand-focused advertising.
Pew found that getting the news was the No. 2 activity conducted on tablets both on a daily and weekly basis, not far behind email.
Business-to-business (B2B) media and information industry revenues reached $12.5 billion in H1 2012, representing 3.3% growth from $12.1 billion in H1 2011.