A new study shows that while journalists may not see blogs as highly credible, they read them. Most journalists use blogs to do their work, even though only 1% believe...

A new study shows that while journalists may not see blogs as highly credible, they read them.  Most journalists use blogs to do their work, even though only 1% believe blogs are credible, according to a survey by Euro RSCG Magnet done in partnership with Columbia University.

The study finds that more than half of journalists use Weblogs regularly, with 28% relying on them for day-to-day reporting. By comparison, the Pew Internet and American Life Project reports that only 5% of the online population reads blogs regularly. eMarketer Article

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