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My presentation at the Interaction on Freedom of Expression and Internet organized by Digital Media Committee at Federation of Nepali Journalists and Internet Society Nepal.

My presentation at the Interaction on Freedom of Expression and Internet organized by Digital Media Committee at Federation of Nepali Journalists and Internet Society Nepal.


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  • 1. 11.08.2012 Kathmandu JOURNALISTS & INTERNETUjjwal Acharya, Chair, Digital Media Committee @ Federation of Nepali Journalists
  • 2. INTERNET USERS IN NEPAL
  • 3. INTERNET USERS IN NEPALYear Fixed Mobile Total Penetration2010 109,420 925,962 1,035,382 3.69 %2011 126,615 2,985,243 3,111,858 10.89 %2012 151,078 4,716,176 4,867,254 18.28 % Nepal Telecommunication Authority
  • 4. THE SURVEY• FNJ conducted a survey supported by Internews to assess the situation of journalists usage of Internet.• 1,079 respondents from 71 districts analyzed for report.• 45.3 % of respondents between 20-29 years old; 35.2 % are 30-39 years
  • 5. MAJOR FINDINGS FNJ Social Media Survey 2012
  • 6. THEYRE ONLINE• 87.6 % journalists use internet daily.• 80.5 % Internet using journalists access it at office.• 51.3 % Internet using journalists access it at home.• 12.6 % of them also access Internet on mobile devices.• 45.4 % of respondents try to be online whenever possible.
  • 7. FACEHOOKED• 70 % journalists use Facebook• Facebook is second biggest online source of information• 50 % journalists use Twitter• 50 % journalists use YouTube• 40 % journalists use LinkedIn
  • 8. professional work to communicate(71%) & seek/exchange information(65.2%). SOCIAL MEDIA? WHYAbout 37% use it for research. For28%, its a tool of verificationinformation.More than one-third use if for new ideas& professional development.18% use social media to publish &distribute contents online.
  • 9. IS IT IMPORTANT? CMR-Nepal 2012
  • 10. IMPORTANCE• 74.2 % journalists perceive social media as very important tool to reach audience• 90 % journalists think it is important for professional capacity development
  • 11. SO HOWSHOULD FNJ MOVEFORWARD? Discussion