Has social media killed the home page?

05/16/2014 | Quartz

The New York Times' home page gets half as much traffic as it did two years ago, and social media is partly to blame, Zachary Seward writes, arguing that the dip coincides with the rise of "pull media" -- information coming to readers in the form of shared links, photos and videos through multiple channels. "Overall traffic to the Times isn't falling; it's just coming in through the 'side door' more often," Seward writes.

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