Nieman Lab: People read news differently (i.e., worse) on phones than they do on desktop, new research suggests

Nieman Lab: People read news differently (i.e., worse) on phones than they do on desktop, new research suggests. “People seem to pay better attention to news presented on desktop than on mobile. What changes as people read more news on mobile than desktop? A new paper by Texas A&M’s Johanna Dunaway, Kathleen Searles, Mingxiao Sui, and Newly Paul, published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (h/t Jane Elizabeth) looks at this.” There’s some other interesting bits in this roundup as well.

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