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Study: 51% Of Aussies Now Get Their News From The Internet
Some 51 per cent of Australians say the internet has become their main source of media and news, up from eight per cent when a similar study was done in 2005.
Researchers from Roy Morgan interviewed 648 Australians over the age of 14 on their media habits. The internet was number one having risen 43 per cent in 12 years since the previous study.
By B&T MAGAZINE
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