The average daily time spent online reached 3 hours, 7 minutes last year, up from just less than 3 hours in 2011. As more compelling content moves onto digital platforms—including social networks that appeal to every iteration of hobby and personality, and an expanding selection of online video content—old media continue to lose share to the internet. Radio and newspapers each lost minutes of daily time spent with media. And even daily TV time declined by a minute.
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