Appearing on the Fox Business Network’s (FBN) Varney & Company on Thursday, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell reacted to the lack of media coverage following two Washington Post articles that revealed the Clinton Foundation...Show More Summary
The Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth recently conducted its annual in-depth study on the usage of social media by the fastest-growing corporations in the US. This new study revisits the Center’s work on the Inc. 500 social media usage for the eighth consecutive year, making it a valuable and rare […]
The very morning of the Agitator-DonorVoice Webinar on Understanding and Fixing the Donor Experience, the Center for Media Research issued a Brief titled Customer Experience (CX): Top Strategic Choice for Retail Marketers. In reporting on a study by SDL that you can download here, the Center noted that 89% of the retailers surveyed recognized that […]
A new poll commissioned by the Media Research Center reveals that the tales Brian Williams told – which led to his eventual suspension without pay – have severely undermined his credibility with the American people. In a survey of 1,007 respondents, 66.1% said Brian Williams should have been fired after he was caught in numerous lies. Show More Summary
When "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams admitted last week that a story he had told about taking enemy fire during a visit to Iraq, the Media Research Center pounced into action, eager for a scalp. MRC chief Brent Bozell quickly made his feelings known, tweeting, "Brian Williams has to go. Show More Summary
The Media Research Center counted 129 violent acts against women on primetime, broadcast television in a single week. read more
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Bad news for those who dreadfully remember the day when they first received a Facebook friend request from either of their parents: your grandparents may be next! According to the Pew Research Center’s latest Social Media Update, 56 percent of...
Social media is at the top of the list of what people spend time on online. The Pew Research Center states that 74 percent of online adults use social networking sites. That’s one reason celebrities and businesses have to make sure they have a solid presence on social media. They can offer customer service, provide […]
The 2014 social media update from the Pew Research Center showed Facebook continues to be the most popular of the social media sites. Though platform growth has slowed, the level of user engagement has increased, researchers said. Seventy percent of Facebook users engage with the site daily while 45 percent do so several times a [...]
If a picture is worth a thousand words, just how many words is an amazing pro-life viral video worth? A new video produced by the Media Research Center shows the more than half a million people who gathered last week for the March for Life. The video has already been shared and seen by almost […]
Earlier this month, the Pew Research Center released findings from a September survey of more than 2,000 American adults regarding their social media usage. As the report shows, Facebook is still king, but other platforms grew at a higher rate. Show More Summary
The folks at the Pew Research Center recently published updates to their Social Media Report. Here are a few highlights: Facebook still reigns supreme. It comes as no surprise that 71% of all online adults are on Facebook, which also sees 70% of users engaging with the site at least daily. More older adults adopting social networks. Show More Summary
Today, social media drives the world. In a survey done last summer by Pew Research Center, it was estimated that over 60 percent of Americans own smart phones. It is arguably the most effective and efficient way to spread your beliefs. Show More Summary
Does social media stress you out? The answer is more than likely “not really,” but a new study by the Pew Research Center’s Internet Project shows that social media can have a big impact on stress levels in women, both positive … Continue reading ?
Because Emmet, the star of "The Lego Movie," lived much of his life in a world where everything is awesome, he didn't have to worry about being Heathered by the Media Research Center. In 2014, it seems that the ConWeb listened to the film's insanely catchy theme song and picked up only on the "insane" part. Show More Summary
The Pew Research Center’s latest internet study, out this morning, uses some intricate survey methodology to come to a straightforward finding: heavy users of social media, Facebook particularly, are not stressed by the experience. That’s...Show More Summary
According to a new Pew Research Center study, If you see a friend post something stressful about their life online, it can, in turn, make you stressed. Continue reading ? The post On social media, stress is contagious, study finds appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Does social media cause or accelerate stress? Pew Research Center sought to answer that question with its latest study, which turned up mixed results: Frequent Internet and social media users do not exhibit higher stress levels, butShow More Summary
There is no denying Facebook's stronghold in the social media realm, but the grasp it's had on its users appears to be weakening slightly. In a new survery conducted by Pew Research Center, Facebook's usership shows the most engagement, but no growth between 2013 and 2014. Show More Summary