Millennials Still Want Their Newspapers [Infographic]

Written on December 4, 2013 – 4:42 pm | by Brian Wallace |

Millennials have something of a reputation as self-entitled kids who can’t get off their smartphones. However, being connected with technology isn’t a bad thing – it may even be an adaptation of sorts. Rather than carrying in the morning paper every day, the younger generation can access news as it happens, right in the palm of their hands. More and more millennials are doing this, despite the assumption that they don’t read newspapers. They do read them, they’re just interacting with them differently than their parents. Check out this infographic from the Newspaper Association of America to find out more.

Millennials Still Want Their Newspapers

Source: Newspaper Association of America

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