Digital has overtaken newspapers in how Britons find out the latest news. Ofcom figures show that 41 percent of UK adults now use digital news services compared to 40 percent and 35 percent who rely
on newspapers and radio, respectively. The shift is largely due to mobile news apps, it is believed -- particularly among young adults. Six in ten 16- to 24-year-olds use news apps. TV remains
dominant for three in four adults, although that drops to 56% for younger adults.
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