A 56% majority of Hispanics say they turn to radio to get news. In a new analysis of news consumption patterns, Pew says Latinos remain more radio-centric than the general market, with bilinguals most likely to turn to FM/AM for news.
The survey also shows Latino adults who say they read a newspaper daily has dropped from 58% in 2006 to 42% in 2012. At the same time internet news consumption has increased steadily, growing from 37% to 56%. Pew says that puts online news consumption on par with radio.
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