Where Do You Get Most of Your News and Information These Days?

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The way people receive and process news is changing rapidly these days.  Think about all the stories you might have been exposed to over the past week.  9/11 memorials...the President Obama's speech on the economy...Republican presidential candidate debates.  Where did you get most of your information?  Where did you hear it first?  In the past, most people tuned to a few sources to learn about what was going on in the world.  Maybe it was Walter Cronkite on CBS, or a favorite columnist in the morning paper.  Today, people are getting their updates from dozens of different places.  It could be a status update...or a tweet...or a story on BlogHer!

Where do you get the word first?  Tell us on this week's opinion poll.

 

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