Forget Millennials and Gen Xer, It's Your Media Generation That Counts

Generations have traditionally been defined in 15- to 18-year increments, and given names based on some characteristic of the group’s behavior or time period. While there is some disagreement on exact start and end years, these are generally accepted time frames for the seven living generations. In this week’s …

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