The article went on to say:
Journalists mostly used blogs for finding story ideas (53 percent), researching and referencing facts (43 percent) and finding sources (36 percent). And 33 percent said they used blogs to uncover breaking news or scandals. Still, despite their reliance on blogs for reporting, only 1 percent of journalists found blogs credible, the study found.I don't see evidence in the article that this study draws a distinction between mainstream journalists vs B2B journalists. That would be the subject of an interesting study.