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Death of the Newspaper

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Is Digital Media killing the Printed Word?

Is Digital Media killing the Printed Word?

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  • 1. image: Daniel Blume (Flickr)
  • 2. image: Shawn Hogan (Flickr)
  • 3. image: Creative Commons
  • 4. source: The New York Times, April 2009 | image: Tim Rich & Lesley Katon (Flickr)
  • 5. image: psdgraphics.com
  • 6. image: AKstudio (Flickr)
  • 7. The use of online news websites are not
    strongly skewed by age demographics.
    source: PewInternet.org from sitejabber.com
  • 8. image: Fred Ruschel (Flickr)
  • 9. image: MayangAdnin
  • 10. image: Bombatron (Flickr)
  • 11. source: http://www.ipadinsider.com/tag/ipad-sales-figures | image: Luke Johnson (Flickr)
  • 12. Tablets such as the iPad are favoured
    over laptops and desktops
    for multiple reasons.
    source: Nielsen Company, 2011 Mobile Connected Device Report
  • 13. source: http://www.thedailygreen.com/going-green/tips/e-readers-tip | image: Jeff S (Flickr)
  • 14. image: Mike Baird (Flickr)
  • 15. image: Alex Buga (Flickr)
  • 16. image: ChirantanPatnaik (Flickr)
  • 17. image: Apple (USA Today, Bloomberg, AP, New York Times)
  • 18. 58%
    of those who subscribe to print newspaper and devote about an hour a day to reading daily news, are very likely to cancel their subscription within the next six months.
    – Reynolds Journalism Institute,
    University of Missouri
    For current
    iPad users,
    image: Apple
  • 19. image: Creative Commons
  • 20. image: assurityplus (Flickr)
  • 21.
  • 22. “With the average age of the
    American newspaper reader
    at 55 and rising…”
    – Eric Alterman,
    The New Yorker
    image: Creative Commons
  • 23.
  • 24. image: Creative Commons
  • 25. image: JérômeChevillat (Flickr)
  • 26. image: BasilDima (Flickr)
  • 27. Thanks a lot for taking the time to view my presentation!
    Feel free to leave any comments, questions or reach me on twitter @effiejp, and I’ll definitely get back to you as soon as I possibly can.
    ~ Effie J. Pereira
    Queen’s University, FILM315