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Study: Web cuts into newspaper readership

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Adults who use the Web spend less time with newspapers than adults who aren't on the Internet, Harris Interactive's February "InterMedia Pulse" survey shows. Just 15% of Web users say they read a paper before breakfast vs. 22% of the non-Web population. The combined online/phone survey found the same trend for newspaper reading the rest of the day.

Copyright April 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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