ON THE MEDIA | The changing news habits and attitudes of younger audiences

June 23, 2022

How young people’s news habits and attitudes have changed amid rising concerns about news distrust and news avoidance, increasing public attention to social issues such as climate change and social justice, and the growth of newer platforms such as TikTok and Telegram.

Source: The changing news habits and attitudes of younger audiences, Reuters Institute, 2022 Digital News Report, by Dr Kirsten Eddy, June 15, 2022

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