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In the UK, study finds newspapers are now the least common medium for news

Guardian

According to a new study by Ofcom, print newspapers are the least common medium people in the U.K. use to keep up with news. In its annual news consumption study, Ofcom found that 31 percent of the population uses a print newspaper to stay informed, compared to 41 percent in last year’s study. Newspapers rank last behind television (67 percent), the Internet (41 percent) and radio (32 percent).

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