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  • The study claims that two-thirds of Facebook’s user base read their news on the platform, with 59 percent of Twitter users getting news on Twitter, and 70 percent of Reddit users doing the same with their respective platform.

    Best idea is not to use any of these. As all of them are some kind of rusty bent pipe that redirects sewerage into your drinking water tap.

  • Best idea is not to use any of these. As all of them are some kind of rusty bent pipe that redirects sewerage into your drinking water tap.

    So where you supposed to get news then?

  • So where you supposed to get news then?

    Abstract news? Or what kind?

    For each specific information you use multiple sources, books and such.

  • News long ago became infotainment. Citizen cane is good film on this subject.

  • Sinclair Broadcast Group has confirmed that it's acquiring Tribune Media for $3.9 billion. The deal is the largest in Sinclair's history, and will add Tribune's 42 American TV stations to Sinclair's 173 -- that's a lot of broadcasters under one banner.

  • Sincliar is nuttier and more right wing than FOX.

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  • Interesting graph. While the trend since '93 shows high confidence is down, what's the explanation by the increase in high confidence since '14? Echo Chamber?

  • @v10tdi

    Can be just question of survival, for both TV guys and ruling class. Hence efforts had been made.