There's been talk about how the Internet will gradually replace traditional newspaper as the medium of choice for news consumption, and a recent study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project confirms this. The study revealed that the Internet is now America's third most popular way of getting news, just behind national and local TV stations.
Ars Technica - The Internet has surpassed newspapers as a primary way for Americans to get news, according to the Pew Internet and American Life Project. That makes the Internet the third most popular news platform overall, with many connected users taking advantage of nontraditional consumption methods such as social media postings, personalized news feeds, and getting their news on-the-go.
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