How We Interact with the News from Birth to Age 30
When you really think about it, the news has always been a part of our lives — even before we could read the letters on the page.
From birth to age 30, we rely on the newspaper to entertain us, track our achievements and, as we grow older, keep us informed on critical issues central to our generation.
Here’s how we interact with the news during our first three decades.
As for the rest of our years? We’ll get there…in time.
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