Study Finds Teens Hyper-Connected, Spend Most Of Their Time On Screens

Ownership of smartphones has jumped 25% among American teens and 70% among tweens over the past four years, giving the young cohorts unbridled access to digitally connected content, and also impacting the time and attention they spend with media.

That's the top line from public advocacy group Common Sense's latest …

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