Half of Singaporean teenagers have blogs

December 4, 2006 at 6:18 pm Leave a comment

James (Singapore) writes:

According to a recent study on Internet literacy published by the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA), half of all teens in Singapore aged 15 to 19 are on the Internet, blogging or podcasting.

Most interesting here is how it compares with the US. Pew Internet group survey put teen blogging rates in the United States at 19 per cent.

(thanks to Paul for the link)

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