Digital schmigital — TV still rules the news.
As long as you're among the olds.
Almost 60% of Americans say they get their news from the idiot box, far more than any other medium, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
Online comes second at 38%, followed by radio with 25% and something called "print newspapers" at 20%.
TV's sizable lead is due almost entirely to its popularity among older demographics.
Americans aged 50 and above still heavily favor TV, with those older than 65 also still really into newspapers.
The picture gets murkier with young Americans.
TV and digital news are in a close competition for people aged 30-49, with online outlets narrowly edging out the boob tube. Read more...
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