Almost Half of all Digital News is consumed on Cell Phones or Tablets

Posted: March 18, 2011 by shanefowler2 in News

In interesting study was recently completed concerning the news and how we consume it. Digital content is king, which is not unexpected, but 47 percent of all that digitalness is being ditributed to either cell phones or tablets computer.

http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/15/online-news-overtakes-paper-and-nearly-half-of-it-is-mobile/

Seems “On the computer” no longer refers to traditional computers. I blame all those kids with their pocket-telephones.

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Comments
  1. sharonfawcett says:

    Interesting statistic, Shane. As you know, I’m one of the 53 percent who does NOT get the news on my non-existent smart phone or tablet. But I have progressed beyond the paper newspaper. I think I would go blind (or bonkers) if I had to read news on a teeny-tiny phone.

    In future, please be sure to choose links to New York Times stories, when you can find them, that way your readers can get more news for free, since the linked story won’t count in our 20 free stories per month! 🙂

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