A large majority – 82.8 per cent – of Americans believe newspapers are still relevant but far fewer – 45.5 per cent – believe they’ll still exist in 10 years, according to a survey conducted by New York PR firm The Rosen Group. More than 29 per cent of survey respondents declared “websites devoted to news reporting” to be their “most indispensible news source,” compared to 18.1 per cent who cited print newspapers and 16.3 per cent who prefered online newspapers.

A large majority – 82.8 per cent – of Americans believe newspapers are still relevant but far fewer – 45.5 per cent – believe they’ll still exist in 10 years, according to a survey conducted by New York PR firm The Rosen Group. More than 29 per cent of survey respondents declared “websites devoted to news reporting” to be their “most indispensible news source,” compared to 18.1 per cent who cited print newspapers and 16.3 per cent who prefered online newspapers.

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