This year’s Reuters Institute Digital News report contains worrying signals for publishers with further compelling evidence of new disruptive patterns of news consumption – with the smartphone and social media as the most powerful agents of change.
New threats everywhere from a second wave of news disruption – “In essence, with older groups sticking stubbornly to the patterns of the past, news organisations will have to produce editions for the over 45s AND ‘always on’ content for busy professionals and younger groups in general. That will be expensive and time-consuming.”
That humble watercress is the pick of the crops. Researchers from William Paterson University in New Jersey have done the sums and rated it top based on the amounts of 17 critical nutrients contained in fruit and vegetables.