I would like to thank all the people who contacted me to check on me. It feels good to be missed from the blogosphere.
So, I will begin blogging once again, nice and slow . . .
Two Thirds of Americans Dissatisfied With The Quality of Journalism
- A WeMedia/Zogby Interactive poll shows that 67 percent of Americans say traditional journalism is out of touch with what they want from news.
- Seventy percent of Americans think journalism is important to their communities, but two-thirds are not satisfied with the quality of journalism in their communities.
- Thus, we are turning from traditional news sources, such as newspapers and TV, to the Internet for news. This shift is strong among digital natives, people under 30 years of age.