More Mobile Devices Mean More News Consumption, New Report Says

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By: Zach Dyer | Knight Center

A new report from the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism and The Economist Group says people in the U.S. consume more news when they own more mobile devices. 

“The Demographics of Mobile News,” released on Tuesday, Dec. 11, noted that, on a regular weekday, tablet-owners spend in average 51 minutes getting the news, while smartphone-owners spend 54 minutes. However, people who own both devices spend 64 minutes each weekday getting news on their tablets and 54 additional ones on their smartphones.

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