- 21 Mar
What Are Teens’ Primary News Sources?
- Mar 21, 2017
- Dan Hoff
- Generational Marketing, Marketing to Teens, Social Media, Social Media Marketing
More US teens say they get their news from social networking sites and family than from any other source. This according to a study from Common Sense Media, which interviewed almost 600 teens aged 13-18. Teens rely on teachers or other adults, friends, and websites or apps to a lesser degree. With around one-third having used those as sources for news the day prior to the survey.
What Are Teens’ Primary News Sources? Really?
Teens shared that they also prefer getting their news from social networking sites (34%). Family, as a source of news, was only preferred by one-fifth of respondents, followed by TV (17%). Respondents Thy least preferred turning to teachers or other adults (4%), radio (3%) and newspapers (1%) to find out what’s going on in the world.
To see more of the data and insights, read the full article at MarketingCharts.com
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