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Dutch young people spend nearly a third of TV time on linear viewing

Tuesday 23 January 2018 | 15:37 CET | News
The majority of young people in the Netherlands get their news from social media; few make use of paper newspapers. At the same time, linear TV remains common in this age group, with around a third of their TV time going to the 'old-fashioned' way of viewing, a study by the marketing companies Wayne Parker Kent and MediaTest found. 

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