Internet overtakes newspapers for news in Taiwan

July 23, 2006 at 8:19 am Leave a comment

There’s an annual survey on media usage in Taiwan conducted by Shih Hsin University’s Institute of Public Opinion. This year, tucked away at the bottom of an article in the Taipei Times, I spotted a significant milestone: 

…the most notable change was that newspaper readership was on the decline, dropping almost 7 percent from last year to 61.98 percent, while the percentage of people who obtain news from the Internet increased to 62.06 percent this year, surpassing newspapers…

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Entry filed under: media general, taiwan.

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