Time spent on social networks by journalists in France 2015

This graph shows the daily time spent on social networks by journalists as part of their professional activity in France in 2015. More than half of the journalists surveyed said they spend less than two hours a day.

Opinion of journalists on the daily time spent on social networks as part of their professional activities in France in 2015*

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Source

Release date

September 2016

Region

France

Survey time period

June 1 to July 31, 2015

Number of respondents

239 respondents

Special properties

journalists

Supplementary notes

* The question was asked by the source as follows: "In the course of your professional activities, how much time do you spend per day on social networks? »

The source does not indicate the survey method used.

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