The Folsom Community Center was bustling with activity on Friday as more than 600 hopeful job seekers came to meet with some 65 companies looking to hire at the Tri-County Job Fair. They could connect directly with recruiters, tap into resources for the unemployed and even get a free professional photo for that perfect LinkedIn profile. Staff from the Brandman University campus in Roseville helped organize the event and I was there with the Brandman news crew was for this video story.
According to latest Deloitte Digital Democracy Survey, nearly one-third of consumers binge-watch three or more episodes at least once a week
Streaming video services, now used by more than 42 percent of American households, are heavily changing media consumption habits across generations, according to the ninth edition of the Deloitte “Digital Democracy Survey” released today. The study reveals that streaming content has overtaken live programming as the viewing method-of-choice, with 56 percent of consumers now streaming movies and 53 percent streaming television on a monthly basis, as compared to 45 percent of consumers preferring to watch television programs live. Moreover, younger viewers have moved to watching TV shows on mobile devices rather than on television. Among Trailing Millennials (age 14-25), nearly 60 percent of time spent watching movies occurs on computers, tablets and smartphones, making movie viewing habits decidedly age-dependent.
Millennials are avid consumers of news, but they are not willing to pay for it, a new study found.
Millennials are anything but “newsless,” passive, or uninterested in civic issues, according to a new comprehensive study of the information habits of people age 18-34. The research looks closely at how members of the Millennial generation learn about the world on different devices and platforms. The study finds that Millennials consume news and information in strikingly different ways than did previous generations. Contrary to popular perception, they keep up with news that is commonly referred to as “traditional” or “hard,” as well as stories that connect them to hobbies, culture, jobs, and entertainment.
More from Joe
- Live on Good Day: Tips for Job Seekers
- Behaviorism: a new hope for autism
- Too much Facebook could lead to envy and depression
- Video Blog: Early childhood education in national spotlight
- What is brand journalism?
- Who brags the most on social media? Californians
- Report Shows Big Gaps in Newsroom Training
- JOB ALERT: I’m hiring! GREAT opportunity to join an awesome organization.
- Burger Bash to Support the Boys & Girls Club
- CBS News and PBS Shine at News & Documentary Emmy Awards