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Long gone are the days of getting the evening news – in the evening…

Not many folks sit huddled around a radio turning knobs to find what happened in the world during the day.

Now – it's real-time, it's up to the minute and we've become such an impatient society that when instances like today's Twitter outage happen – we're almost at a loss for function.

But, let's step back a bit and think of the costs of social vs traditional media. Not only the financial dollar cost, but also the intrinsic costs (time spent, energy expended, etc.)

Here's a great infographic from the rockstar team at Kuhcoon, based out of Scranton, PA. Check it out and give us your feedback in the comments below.

Social vs Traditional Media

Sidenote: if you're an organization or even individual looking for a comprehensive social management framework – check out the Kuhcoon team – tell 'em I recommended you (you might get a t-shirt out of the deal).

Social Media vs Traditional Media [infographic] 3

James Hicks

James is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of HicksNewMedia, a Digital Publishing and Technology Consulting team providing effective and relevant solutions to individuals and businesses looking to more effective utilize the social interweb. Follow him on Twitter and on Facebook.

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  • I think people using social media, or social networking, because it’s a neat and easy-to-use tool. Anyone can operate Facebook, MySpace, or Twitter, and it’s an easy way to keep in touch with friends. Kids like to chat on these websites, young adults like to play games, and older adults like to connect with friends from the past.

James Hicks

James is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of HicksNewMedia, a Digital Publishing and Technology Consulting team providing effective and relevant solutions to individuals and businesses looking to more effective utilize the social interweb. Follow him on Twitter and on Facebook.

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