Qatar’s Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR) has now published a full length report of their 2014 study into how Qatar uses social media. Using a sample size of 1,000 Internet users – 500 Qatar’s and 500 non-Qataris – the study offers a detailed look into consumption, behaviours and concerns.
As newsrooms get to grips with finding and verifying stories shared publicly on social networks, a new set of challenges are beginning to emerge as users prioritise privacy and simplicity. […]
First published by the BBC College of Journalism. Social media catching up with TV as trusted news source in Middle East – by @damianradcliffe on @BBCCollege http://t.co/MLine5gInj — Sarah Marshall […]
Topline analysis of how 1,000 Internet users harness eight different social media services; ranging from older more established networks like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to newer entrants like and Snapchat, […]
First published by the Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. A new study of internet users in Qatar has examined the usage of emerging […]
First published on Your Middle East. #Snapchat,#Whatsapp, #Twitter: interesting list of 2015 #Socialmedia predictions for the #MiddleEast @damianradcliffe http://t.co/kH5DdDIMB3 — Camille Dupire (@CDupire) February 3, 2015 Recommended reading piece as […]
Cross-post originally featured on the BBC College of Journalism website. Really worth reading – WhatsApp now clear social media leader in Qatar, including for news http://t.co/vn7upQxRqM by @damianradcliffe — Claire […]