Nathan Quinn Flipbook


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    1. 1. Receiving News Faster than EverPhoto by nmjeeptours (via Flickr)
    2. 2. Being updated on currentevents and transferringinformation is almost essentialfor society to functionPhoto by Orbiting Sol (via Flickr)
    3. 3. The Halifax Gazette was Canada’s firstnewspaper which was created March23rd 1752. This was the beginning ofthe newspaper industry in CanadaSource: Stephen Kimber(Professor of Journalismat the University ofKings College) Photo by Bhaskar Dutta (via Flickr)
    4. 4. Since 2000, print newspaperreaders have dropped from 47%of all Americans to only 23%Photo by kaleia (via Flickr)Source: JackMirkinson (TheHuffington Post)
    5. 5. “The print industry is obsolete to thepoint where even calling it the"print" industry will soon seem quaintand obsolete itself.”-InvestopediaSource: Investopedia Photo by dolfi (via Flickr)
    6. 6. 39% ofAmericansnow readonlinenewspapersPhoto by Nathan Quinn (
    7. 7. TV still remains the mostpopular source for news.However it is likely that willchange soon…Picture byKenjimori (viaFlickr)
    8. 8. All majorCanadiannewsstationsnow streamonline newsstoriesPicture by Sergioc(via Flickr)
    9. 9. Photo by Ashley Lowry (via Flickr)
    10. 10. Social media isthe fastestgrowing sourcefor newsalthough stillrelatively small for thetime being.Photo by Jason A. Howie (via Flickr)
    11. 11. Social mediaprovides quick,convenientand to thepointinformationthroughconnectingwith other usersPhoto by Nathan Quinn
    12. 12. On Facebook, 70% of news isreceived from family andfriends. On Twitter, only 39% ofnews is received from familyand friends.Picture by LetThemTalk (via Flickr)Source: AmyMitchell & TomRosenstiel of PEJ,and Leah Christian ofthe Pew ResearchCenter
    13. 13. This means that newsdistribution companieswill be able to takeadvantage of Twittermuch more effectivelyto get their word out.Photo by Scott Beale (via Flickr)
    14. 14. Despite its convenience,Facebook and Twitter onlyaccount for 9% of onlinenews consumption.Photo by MayJ (via Flickr)Source: Amy Mitchell & TomRosenstiel of PEJ, and LeahChristian of the Pew ResearchCenter
    15. 15. Picture by Ecoagricultural Partners (via Flickr)Source: Amy Mitchell& Tom Rosenstiel ofPEJ, and LeahChristian of the PewResearch Center
    16. 16. In 2012YouTube hitmilestonesand provedto be one ofthe largestcontributorsin online newsPhoto by ijustine (via Flickr)
    17. 17. People from more than 200countries tuned into ABC’scoverage of the 2012presidential debate via YouTubePhoto by Barack Obama (via Flickr)Source Ken Yeung, Author at the Next Web
    18. 18. The Weather Channel provideo70 hours of livestreaming ofHurricane Sandy throughYouTubeThere was 39,000 videoscovering the disasteruploaded in only one week.Many of those videos wereuser submitted.Source Ken Yeung, Author at the Next Web Picture by PM Breakfast (via Flickr)
    19. 19. 350,000+ videoswere uploadedcovering theSyrian Protestreached a totalof 200 millionviewsSource Ken Yeung, Author at the Next WebPicture byChristian R-L (viaFlickr)
    20. 20. With the advancements in technology we havemade and continue to make, it is up to us to usethose advancements to continue to communicatethe news effectively amongst one anotherPicture by vulture labs (via Flickr)
    21. 21. Sources•••••• All pictures used are licensed under creative commons and sourcedfrom FlickrPicture by bowenmurphy (via Flickr)