According to research from Pew, 23% of Americans get their news on at least two digital devices. In the past, most people got their news from TV, radio or newspapers, but that has now shifted to people getting news on tablets, smartphones and desktop computers, as well as the legacy media. So how do you get your news when you are out and about? Are you checking apps on a smartphone? Browsing for news on a tablet? Or are you sticking to print and reading newspapers? Be sure to vote in our poll below (you can vote multiple times) and tell us how your news-reading habits have changed in the comments.
Poll: How Do You Get Your News On-The-Go?
By Mark Glaser
March 23, 2012
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