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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Future of Newspapers 51.7% 39% = 9.2% In 2008, the average daily time spentreading a newspaper was 31.4 minutes, but the number dropped to 21.7 in 2012, and is expected to drop to 16.6 minutes in 2018. About the same 30s-40s 40s-50s 60s and older 18% 35% 40% 36% $ Which age group is most financially literate? IT IS CHEAPER TO PUBLISH ONLINE THAN IN PRINT Biggest client mistakes... Printing and website publishing Printing Failureto have a will Websitepublishing Low High Average The first newspaper, Publick Occurrences, was published in 1690 in America. Since then, a lot has changed in the newspaper industry. In the age of technology, (how) will newspapers survive? The AdviceIQ financial literacy survey was conducted online in March 2013 using AIQ's database of U.S.Financial Advisors to randomly poll thousands of advisors. Three hundred fifty advisors participated with representative client bases of both high-net worth and middle-income investors. This is the first annual survey of financial literacy released by AdviceIQ, a groundbreaking online directory of trusted financial advisors and publisher of syndicated personal finance content and advisor rankings. 31.4 21.7 16.62008 2012 2018 Year minutes Printing Newspapers that have stopped printing, or have adopted an online only presence (since 2007):Tucson CitizenRocky Mountain NewsBaltimore ExaminerKentucky PostCincinnati PostKing County JournalUnion City register- TribuneHalifax Daily NewsAlbuquerque TribuneSouth Idaho PressSan Juan StarHonolulu AdvertiserAnn Arbor NewsCapital TimesCatskill Daily MailChristian Science MonitorCleveland Plain DealerDetroit NewsEast Valley TribuneFlint JournalPortland OregonianSeattle Post Intelligencer "Newspapers for niche audiences are still thriving." -Kathy Mannix, Executive Director, Young D.C. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally.
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