29 March 2017
Readers spend more time reading print than online
Readers spend almost 89% more time reading the same thing in print than online. A recent study out of Germany shows that readers are more engaged in printed material than online. Mobile phones even have a shorter attention span. It  also found that printed newspapers are 38 percent more likely to be used as  a source of news than online newspapers.
 Neil Thurman, professor at Ludwig-Maximillians University in Munich Germany conducted the study. He found that readers still perfered to read things in print than online. " You can still see why readers still rely on print for the vast majority of their attention  " said Thurman. 
Newspapers and magazines have not suffered the same drop in circulation as in North America.

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