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Watch It, Read It or Tweet It: How Americans View and Share News: INFOGRAPHIC

infographicInkHouse and GMI, a Lightspeed Research company, have created an infographic called Watch It, Read It or Tweet It: How Americans View and Share News, which explores how readers consume news.

The graphic features new research that delves into American news consumption. According to the survey, 60 percent of Americans read or watch 3 to 10 news stories a day. The research also revealed that 56 percent of those surveyed still pay for a print news subscription and 68 percent of those people subscribe to a local newspaper.

We’ve embedded the entire infographic for you to explore further after the jump.

Watch It, Read It or Tweet It: How Americans View and Share News

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