Originally weblogs, but shortened into blogs by Peter Merholz as a joke. However, the joke caught on! People in this audience enjoy blogging to talk about news and current events. They may be a blogger for news sites, like TechCrunch, Mashable, POLITICO, Daily Kos, ThinkProgress, and Engadget. This audience may have past exposure to blogging platforms, like WordPress, Wix, Blogger, or Tumblr.
Number news as we normal folk like to call it. This audience loves journalism, especially journalism focused on business, economic or financial news! They feature articles pertaining to people, places, and issues of the business field. People in this audience have an interest in business news companies like the Wall Street Journal, Business Insider or Bloomberg.
Coming from a news station near you! This audience enjoys following news about their local city, region or state. They enjoy watching news that covers their local sports team, weather, events and general news. People in this audience may enjoy news channels like NBC News, ABC News, CBS News or Fox News.
The older papery version of a blog. Individuals in this audience are interested in magazines such as National Geographic, Reader's Digest, Vogue, Better Homes and Gardens, and Family Circle.
Extra! Extra... oh wait no one really reads newspapers anymore. This audience loves newspapers! They may be interested in becoming a subscriber or may be a subscriber to newspapers like the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today or the Los Angeles Times. People in this audience may also be interested in magazines or journalism.
You can tell ABC is one of the first networks as they took one of the easiest names. This audience enjoys keeping up-to-date through live news updates, especially from ABC News. They regularly keep track of U.S., international, political news, and may enjoy watching live news streams on their smartphones through the ABC News app. People in this audience may enjoy other news outlets like CBS News, NBC News or CNN.
The thing about acronyms is they can lead to miscommunication when out of context. This audience loves being updated about international news via BBC! They may typically watch live news through the BBC News website, and keep track of news headlines involving topics like politics, international, or US and Canada news. People in this audience may regularly watch other news networks like CNN or NBC News.
In 2012, CNN began it's own film division with a focus on documentaries. People in this audience love watching news, especially political news! They enjoy watching programs that cover news topics, like politics and international news, such as Anderson Cooper 360, The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer and CNN Newsroom. This audience may also enjoy watching other networks like MSNBC or Fox News.
Kendrick Lamar sampled a quote from Geraldo Rivera of Fox news on his grammy winning album, DAMN. People in this audience love following conservative political news! They may keep track of news, like international, U.S., or sports news, through the Fox News website or app, or watch live shows like Fox & Friends. This audience may enjoy other news outlets like CNN or shows like The Five or America's Newsroom.
Fake news is propaganda formed by malicious misinformation to lead people to erroneous conclusions. This audience show interest in a lot of different news outlets such as Yahoo news, Google news, Huffington post.
I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll post your house down. People in this audience enjoy following liberal political news, which also covers other news topics like entertainment and technology news. They may follow news either through the HuffPost app or read top news stories on the website. This audience may follow other news outlets like CNN or NBC News.
The Los Angeles Times has won over 40 Pulitzer prizes . A couple of those are for reporting on the Watts and Los Angeles riots. People in this audience enjoy daily news, especially news from California. The newspaper is the fourth most widely distributed newspaper in the country, and this audience may also regularly follow it through its website. They may also be interested in other newspapers like The Wall Street Journal or New York Times.
Wonder if they only took the name because ABC was already taken.This audience enjoys news networks that update 24 hours a day with news. People in this audience follow different topics of news like U.S. news, entertainment news, and international news through the NBC News app and website. They may also enjoy following news from CNBC and MSNBC.
New York Times' motto: "All the News That's Fit to Print". Considering it's a newspaper of record , it seems fair to say. People in this audience enjoy daily news, especially news from New York. The New York Times is the largest syndicate in the world providing multidimensional access to news related information. This audience may also regularly follow it through its website. They may also be interested in other newspapers like The Wall Street Journal or Los Angeles Times.
The guardian shielding you from lies and revealing the truth! That should be their motto. This audience enjoys keeping up-to-date on British news. The news outlet also provides other types of news like U.S. news, sports and politics, and this audience may be a subscriber to the outlet, while also regularly following them online. They may be interested in other news outlets like BBC News.
The newspaper was founded in 1877 by Stilson Hutchins and added a Sunday edition a few days later. Becoming Washington's first newspaper to publish every day of the week. This audience loves following daily newspapers online! The newspaper focuses on political news and is one of the leading American daily newspapers, which this audience may also follow online or through its app. They may also follow other newspapers like the Wall Street Journal or New York Times.
USA Today? Well, what about tomorrow? This audience enjoys following a variety of news online and through newspapers. The newspaper is one of the widest circulated newspapers in the country, and this audience may also be subscribed to them online. They may be interested in other newspaper outlets like the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal.
The Wall Street Journal is the most circulated newspaper in the US. This audience loves business news! They may be thinking of subscribing or be already subscribed to the newspaper, and regularly follow them online to get the latest business and financial news updates. People in this audience may also be interested in other business news outlets like Forbes, Bloomberg, or Business Insider.
I wonder what Lonzo Ball's doing this week. Individuals in this audience are interested in sports news. They may be curious about recent sports injuries, who won the big game in stark contrast to who was expected to win the big game or major changes in the sports world.
Two words: Florida man. This audience contains people reading different news outlets around American current events or breaking news. This does not include international publications, but rather those consuming articles around US Politics, Entertainment, Arts, or other topics.
The answer to that perfect small talk question; How's the weather? This audience loves following daily weather updates! They stay up-to-date with news that gives them live updates of any news regarding the things like temperature, storms, and humidity. People in this audience may regularly follow live updates from the Weather Channel.
Do they cover the news in Antarctica as well? This audience loves international or world news! People in this audience may have interests in keeping-up with topics like international relations and politics, international stock markets, and breaking news. They typically watch news outlets such as BBC News, CNN, or NBC News.