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  • Young people are reading the news online
  • Young people are reading the news online
    Danny Molyneux (2015) ©
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Young people are reading the news online

Due to advancements in tech, the news media has evolved substantially over the past decade, with many experts predicting the imminent death of the printed word. While a study from the Pew Research Center has found that younger generations still read the news, they're often finding it online.

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