Raise your hands if you are surprised by this?
The headline conclusion of Pew’s latest monster survey of the media landscape was the demise of TV news. “There are now signs that television news is increasingly vulnerable,” the authors wrote, “as it may be losing its hold on the next generation of news consumers.”
But the larger story is the rise of the Web, which has surpassed newspapers and radio to become the second most popular source of news for Americans, after TV.
What happens when TV is delivered through the Internet? And also, the better question is what counts for news on the web? Twitter? Blogs? Everything and nothing?