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Teens still like television, radio and newspapers and aren’t abandoning traditional media for the Internet, according to a new study.
The Nielsen Company recently released a study of media use by American teens. It found that teens watch less online video than adults, and spend less time on the internet than adults do.


Teens still like television, radio and newspapers and aren’t abandoning traditional media for the Internet, according to a new study.
The Nielsen Company recently released a study of media use by American teens. It found that teens watch less online video than adults, and spend less time on the internet than adults do.

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Kelly Toughill is an associate professor of journalism at the University of King's College and founder of Polestar Immigration Research Inc.


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