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Television remains more popular than the internet: survey MP3

A survey of 2000 people has found that Australians still consume more traditional media, than "new media" on the internet. But there's a shift on amongst younger consumers, which is creating a quandary for media organisations trying to cater to both audiences. Source: abc.net.au

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