(AUDIO) Consumers Still Turn to Radio For News
The Pew Center for the People and the Press has just released a study called "The News Consumption Report." The study details how consumers now get their news. The Internet continues to gain ground on traditional media, especially newspaper, which continues to struggle to figure out a model between free and paywalls before it goes bust. Television is also losing ground on the Internet as people find ways to get the news whenever they want it. Radio remains a steady source for news due mostly to its position in the automobile. For more detail we spoke to Carroll Doherty from the Pew Research Center.
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