By Admin, October 10, 2012
With the ubiquity of social networks and their transformative effects on our lives and the world at large, it’s tempting to see them as the predominant media. In the UK, around half of the population is on Facebook and social media account for 13% of all website visits. As we watch, these networks are enabling global citizens to share critical information and challenge corrupt regimes. Surely the death of traditional media is nigh?