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What is your primary news medium?

Posted 11/15/10

As newspapers across the nation continue to report drops in circulation, broadcast networks report hemorrhaging viewership and talk radio becomes more strident by the day.

As the time we spend online takes up more of our time, and more and more people look to their phones as their primary source of connection to the world, have your habits of news consumption changed?

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admin@natellisystems.com

This survey would have been much more informative if you included and correlated 2 other questions: A) The age of the respondent & B) Whether the respondent was a business owner or not.

Monday, November 15, 2010 | Report this
Anita

The choices offered in this poll are unclear. I read newspapers both online and actual paper product. Did you mean to not discriminate between these two?

The obvious benefits of reading a newspaper online are (1) the ability to save copies of interesting articles on one's computer for future access, (2) the ability to forward articles of interest to friends and colleagues, and (3) the ability to easily access readers' comments in real time. Given the serious cuts in the newspaper industry, readers' comments often - if not always - add significant insight and even additional facts/history to many published articles.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 | Report this
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