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Time Spent On Phones Now Exceeds That Spent Reading Newspapers And Magazines [Headlines]

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People becoming more and more attached to their mobile devices at the expense of other media.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 14 december 2011

Time spent on mobile phones per day on average increased 30% in 2011 to an hour and 5 minutes, easily more than the combined 44 minutes devoted to print magazines and newspapers combined, according to a new eMarketer estimate. Last year, time spent on mobile by U.S. adults was equal to the amount spent on print publications, at 50 minutes. MediaPost

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