Facebook y Twitter, las redes sociales preferidas para consumir y compartir noticias

El 52% de los españoles usa Facebook para compartir noticias, según un reciente estudio de Reuters Institute, una dinámica que va en auge en los últimos tiempos: uno de cada cuatro españoles usa su teléfono inteligente para acceder a la información.

La inmediatez y facilidad de acceso a las plataformas online y la conectividad permanente de los dispositivos móviles a las distintas redes sociales facilita que los usuarios compartan las noticias.

Otros estudios internacionales corroboran un aumento considerable en el uso de Facebook y Twitter para compartir noticias desde 2013. Los usuarios en Facebook son más propensos a compartir noticias sobre política mientras que en Twitter proliferan otras temáticas.

Esta semana analizamos en profundidad el impacto que tienen estas redes sociales y cómo incidirán en el futuro de los medios online.

 

 

Why publishers warily embrace platforms: ‘They need you and you need them’ [inglés]

en Digiday.com

The rise of Facebook, Twitter and even Snapchat as viable news-consumption and distribution platforms has forced publishers to do some soul-searching. More people are getting their news via the platforms rather than through publishers themselves, threatening to squeeze publishers out of the distributions equation.

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Facebook’s growing influence on news consumption, in 5 charts [inglés]

en Digiday.com

Facebook and Twitter have been on the news offensive. Facebook in May took the wraps off Instant Articles, its initiative to get publishers to post directly to its platform. Twitter has long been the go-to real-time news feed, but it has also pushed into real-time video with the launch of Periscope earlier this year. Even Snapchat is angling for a role in young peoples’ news diet with its Discover function, which it made more prominent this week.

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New Pew data: More Americans are getting news on Facebook and Twitter [inglés]

en Niemanlab.org

Facebook and Twitter users across all demographics are increasingly using the social networks as news sources, though they are seeking out different types of news content on each platform, according to a study out Tuesday from the Pew Research Center and the Knight Foundation.

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The Evolving Role of News on Twitter and Facebook [inglés]

en Journalism.org

The share of Americans for whom Twitter and Facebook serve as a source of news is continuing to rise. This rise comes primarily from more current users encountering news there rather than large increases in the user base overall, according to findings from a new survey. The report also finds that users turn to each of these prominent social networks to fulfill different types of information needs.

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What APIs Can Do for News [inglés]

en Niemanreports.org

“It was a success in every dimension except the one we thought it would be.”

That’s Daniel Jacobson’s tweet-length summary of his experience, in 2008, opening up a hefty selection of NPR’s vast resources to any software developer anywhere in the world who had a good—or bad—idea for an app that could use it. His experience mirrors that of his colleagues at The New York Times and The Guardian who shared his vision.

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Un 52% de los españoles usa Facebook para compartir noticias

en ElPais.com

Según datos de una encuesta a 20.000 usuarios de noticias en redes de 12 países, entre ellos España, Facebook es la herramienta preferida para acceder a las noticias en el país. La usa un 52%, frente al 27% de WhatsApp, y el 22% de YouTube y Twitter. En último lugar figura Google+, con un 13% de uso.

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