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2016 Global Social Journalism Study

White Paper Published By: Cision
Published:  Aug 23, 2016
Type:  White Paper

Understanding how journalists view and use social media informs your pitches, improves your relationships and helps you communicate better.

Cisionís free 2016 Global Social Journalism Study, conducted in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University, surveyed journalists from seven different countries on their social media habits, preferences and views.

Key findings include:

  • Email is journalistsí preferred form of communication with PR professionals
  • Half of journalists could not do their work without social media
  • 68 percent of journalists use at least three types of social media

Learn how to connect with journalists on social media.

Get the free report today!

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social engagement, social media analytics, social media integration, social media listening