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  • Podcasts have replaced blogs for Gen Y
  • Podcasts have replaced blogs for Gen Y
    Bruno Gomiero (2016) ©
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Podcasts have replaced blogs for Gen Y

Now that everyone seems to have a blog of some sort, many young Americans are looking for alternative ways to entertain, educate or express themselves. As a result, they're shifting their attention from sites to podcasts, ushering in a new golden age of audio.

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