In a new piece published today, Vice News, the world’s largest media outlet, is reporting that the news and information ecosystem will soon begin to thrive thanks to a surge in the number of people using the internet to share, tweet and consume information.
According to the report, the number one source of information on Twitter and Facebook is not news, but the news itself.
This trend is being driven by the rise of “reporters,” who are the people who actually publish news stories, according to Vice.
These people are increasingly taking on more responsibility for the content they share.
Vice News writes:”When you consider the power and reach of social media, it’s not surprising that it’s become a major source of news.
But when you consider that the average American has been spending more time on social media since 2010, and that more than 80 percent of Americans are active on social networks, the idea that the world is going to be a better place by default isn’t as farfetched as it seems.
This is what you can expect in the near future as the world begins to become more responsive to what we need to know, according the article.
This is exactly what happened in the years leading up to the 2008 financial crisis, and the same phenomenon will likely play out in the future as well.”
This article was originally published at Vice.