Revealing the Digital News Experience--For Young And Old

June 2010
Nieman Reports;Summer2010, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p27
The article presents information on the results of a joint survey, conducted by the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism and the center's Internet & American Life Project in March 2010, on where Americans get their news on a typical day. Based on the results, 61 percent of Americans get news online, just behind television and ahead of the newspapers. The survey reveals that several people are accessing the Internet through the use of their cell phones and personal digital assistant devices. The survey also indicates that digital news are more attractive to younger consumers who are under 50 years old.


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