The report ranks countries on the basis of their responses to a survey and is a final score achieved from ranking four key dimensions; social media involvement, practice, knowledge and attitudes. These four key dimensions are made up of nine indicators; daily use of social media, number of followers, social media activities and tasks undertaken, types of social media tools used, the professional tasks undertaken, perceived knowledge, attitudes towards the impact of social media on work as well as impact on profession, and perceived barriers preventing greater user of social media. This year‘s online study was compiled from over 3650 journalists’ responses from 11 different countries; US, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, UK, Finland, Sweden, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands. This report is the analysis of the responses from eight countries: Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Sweden, UK, and USA. Sample sizes in Italy, Spain and the Netherlands were too small to include in statistical analysis.