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Fewer Brits using social media for news; TV still most popular news platform - Ofcom

Thursday 13 August 2020 | 22:36 CET | News
The latest annual news consumption report from UK regulator Ofcom shows that fewer people are following news on social media (45% in 2020, down from 49% in 2019), with TV remaining the most popular platform for accessing news (75%). 

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