Although Twitter remains a powerful tool for journalism, especially when it comes to breaking news, the audience for our stories on Twitter is surprisingly small. According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, only 13% of adults in the United States get their news regularly from Twitter, behind only Facebook and YouTube. So if only a fraction of adults regularly use Twitter to consume information, who is actually using the platform?
Since the Supreme Court released its opinion reversing Roe v. Wade, the real impacts of this decision were immediate and widespread. But there’s a more insidious impact of this decision that will play out over the coming months and years in states that choose to ban abortion: diversity in the workplace.
In Massachusetts and throughout New England, the Boston Globe has been the great rotating world of information for 150 years. In the summer of 2019, he launched Globe Rhode Island in Providence, as part of a strategic initiative to recognize and serve distinct New England audiences with the news that matters to them. It was the subject of a recent E&P Reports vodcast.
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