"the public do not seek out foreign news online"
Moore, M. (2010, Nov). Shrinking World: The decline of international reporting in the British press. Media Standards Trust.
Good overview of the shift in our interests in news consumption and news investigation based on a content analysis of four major UK newspapers during the period of 1979 and 2010.
I didn’t realise The Daily Mirror broke the story of Cambodia’s Killing Fields.
"Health & Wellbeing is the third and final wave of results to be released from the Bupa Health Pulse 2010 international healthcare survey. It looks at how people use the internet and social media for health purposes, and how this is likely to change in the future."
— Health & Wellbeing | Bupa worldwide
"Technology is enabling new forms of family connectedness that revolve around remote cell phone interactions and communal internet experiences."
Networked Families, a report from October 2008 for Pew Internet & American Life Project by Barry Wellman, Aaron Smith, Amy Wells & Tracy Kennedy.
Respondents say family life feels closer than when they grew up because tech allows for connectedness without physical presence, “hey! look at this!” moments and less TV watching.
But there’re fewer shared meals and less satisfaction with leisure time.