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Weekly news consumption in the U.S. 2017, by source

Weekly time spent consuming news in the United States in January 2017, by source (in minutes)

by Amy Watson, last edited May 7, 2018
Weekly news consumption in the U.S. 2017, by source The graph shows the weekly time spent consuming news in the United States in January 2017, sorted by source. As of January 2017, consumers in the United States spent an average of 131 minutes a week watching national cable TV news.
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Weekly time spent consuming news in the United States in January 2017, by source (in minutes)

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