New @AmPress data shows Millennials do news differently & may be the better for it

How Millennials Get News

Millennials consume news and information in strikingly different ways than previous generations, and their paths to discovery are more nuanced and varied than some may have imagined, according to the new study by the Media Insight Project, a collaboration of the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

This generation tends not to consume news in discrete sessions or by going directly to news providers. Instead, news and information are woven into an often continuous but mindful way that Millennials connect to the world generally, which mixes news with social connection, problem solving, social action, and entertainment. Rather than having a narrowing effect on what Millennials know about, however, the data suggest this form of discovery may widen awareness.

Read the full piece at American Press Institute
From newsplexer.com

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