How the Internet destroys old media

February 2013
Finweek;2/28/2013, p54
The article focuses on the survey conducted by Columinate for the Digital Media and Marketing Association regarding the habits of online user habits on using traditional media. It states that 62 percent of the 2,263 respondents do not use newspapers, 45 percent in television, and 28 percent in radio. It mentions that one in five online users admit of spending five hours a day in social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and G+.


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