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Journalists & social media

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Center for Media Research

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  • 1. Center for Media Research - Nepal
  • 2. Disclaimer  This is only preview of the survey conducted by Center for Media Research – Nepal The final report will be available by late August The data/analysis presented here is only provisional for now and may change when the final report is released. If you are interested in receiving final report, free of cost, send in an email to cmrnepal@butmedia.org
  • 3. The Basics  Online survey in which 259 journalists participated 192 forms validated, 67 were not considered 86.6 % male / 13.5 % female 49 % Newspapers / 22.4 % Television / 16.1 % Radio / 7.3 % online and 4.7 % News Agency Mean of journalistic career: 9.2 years / Age: 30 29 Districts of Nepal covered with 73.4 % from Kathmandu / 2.6 Banke / 2.1 Chitwan
  • 4. Email Accounts  Gmail: 92.7 per cent Yahoo: 44.3 per cent Hotmail: 30.2 per cent Office domain: 6.3 per cent ISP email: 2.6 per cent
  • 5. Blogs  45.3 per cent of journalists have created a blog 6.8 per cent of journalists write on other’s blog Why they write on or maintain blogs?  To express feelings: 26 %  To write opinions on current affairs: 25 %  To archive their published articles: 22.9 %  To share literary writing: 8.3 %  To share my photos/videos: 9.4%  To share interesting links: 6.8 %  Just for fun: 3.6 % / Opened to test: 2.6 %
  • 6. Social Networking  96.9 % of Nepali journalists use Facebook Hi5: 14.1 % LinkedIn: 8.3 % Orkut: 5.7 % MySpace: 4.7 % Other: 4.2 %
  • 7. Micro / Photo / Video  39.6 per cent of Nepali journalists use Twitter 2.1 per cent use Tumblr / 1 per cent use other 15.6 per cent use Google Web Album to share photos 12.5 per cent use Flickr to share photos 38 per cent use YouTube 8.3 per cent use other photo/video sharing sites
  • 8.  It’s just a teaser! Thank you!CMRNepal@butmedia.org

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