The 2017 state of journalism on Twitter

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The 2017 state of journalism on Twitter
August 13th, 2017
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Since the first tweet went out over a decade ago, Twitter has become a universally known brand, and more importantly, a communications tool that has become essential communications to millions across the globe.

In our recently released journalism survey, an overwhelming 96 percent of respondents said not only that they use Twitter on a weekly basis, but 90 percent plan to spend either more or the same amount of time on the platform in the coming year.

Read this post on the Muck Rack blog to get a closer look at the state of journalism on Twitter in 2017, plus check out some other blogs from the past weeks.

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