Scholars have noticed that new media includes attributes that are not part of the old media format. Users have greater control over what they interact with, content when interacting with content, and more content choices. This opens up the sense of satisfaction that new media can use. Early research on Internet use and satisfaction published in the journal Network Psychology and Behavior found seven uses for its use: information seeking, aesthetic experience, monetary compensation, transfer, personal status, relationship maintenance, and virtual communities. A virtual community can be seen as a new sense of satisfaction because it is not the same as other forms of media. Another study published in the journal Decision Sciences found three satisfactions with Internet use. Two of these satisfactions, content and process satisfaction have been discovered before studying the use and satisfaction of television. However, a new sense of social satisfaction for Internet use has also been discovered. Research has also been conducted to reveal the sense of satisfaction sought and obtained through the use of social media. For example, another study published in Cyber Psychology & Behavior revealed four needs for Facebook community participation. These needs include socializing by staying in touch and interacting with people, using Facebook for entertainment or recreation, seeking self-state by maintaining their image, and seeking information to understand events and products. In a similar study, the researchers found that Twitter users met their needs for connectivity through social networks. Whether it’s the amount of time active on Twitter or the number of hours spent on Twitter each week, it adds to the satisfaction of this need.