March 1, 2010

Americans are getting most of their news on their cell phones and via social networks

Americans are getting most of their news on their cell phones and via social networks, while those over 50 are the ones left reading the print versions of newspapers. The Internet has finally surpassed newspapers in popularity among Americans, though TV news is still king.

[via arstechnica]

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