INFOGRAPHIC: News Consumption in 2013

April 30, 2013 José Antonio Sánchez

It’s no secret that the rise of digital content has changed the traditional media publishing landscape as we know it. But what exactly does the new landscape look like? To what extent are newspapers and radio being replaced by digital devices? Uberflip’s latest infographic explores the latest trends in news consumption and what this means for traditional publishing.

Key Takeaways:

  • 67% of people read yesterday’s news through Facebook.
  • 62% of Smartphone owners use their device to read the news.
  • 50% of tablet owners consume news on both tablets and traditional print sources.
  • TV popularity has declined but still remains the lead source of news in the US.

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About the Author

José Antonio Sánchez

José Antonio Sánchez is Director of Marketing at Limelight Platform.

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