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The line graph shows the development of sources people use
to get news. The graph has the title “Where people got news yesterday”.

Evidently the study was published
by the PEW, which is a Research Center for the People and Press.

The x-axis shows time from 1991 to 2012. The y-axis
represents the number of people in million, using this certain news source.

There are five different categories
shown in the chart. They are divided in “Watched TV”, “Read a newspaper”,
“Listened to radio”, “Any digital news” and “Got online/mobile news”, whose
lines are also colored in different color shades.

The “TV”-category was the whole time (at least in the covered
time) the most common news source. Already in 1991 the TV was with around 65
million viewers significantly more popular than other sources.

It had its highest result about 1993 with nearly 70
million people.

Though the line graph decrease
realitivly strong in between (about) 1993 and 1996. After that, the popularity
varied constantly by a number of 55 million viewers.

The categories “Read a newspaper” and “Listened to radio” acted
very similarly. Both of them started in 1991 with about 55 million people.

After that both lost constantly in popularity. In 2012 only
29 million (newspaper) or 33 million (radio) people liked to get their news by
this origin.

Thereby there were the least favored
news sources.

In 2004 the category “Got
online/mobile news” was introduced. Until 2006 the line was constant on a level
of slightly less than 25 million. After that, the line rises clearly. In 2012
there were already 39 million users for mobile news.

The latest category is “Any digital news”, which was
created in 2010. It started with about 40 million people and ended up with 50
million people, who like to use digital ways to find their news feed.

The increase is similar to the
increase of “Got online/mobile news”.

In conclusion you can say that the “old” media, especially
radio and newspaper, become less attractive to consume. That could be explained
by the digitalization. It is more efficient to get news for example on your
mobile phone (category “got online/mobile news”), because it is the whole day
around you and allows you a personalization of your news feed.

These are also possible reasons why the increase of “Got
online/mobile news” and “Any digital news” are that high.

Although the TV is a relatively
old news medium, it is established in our everyday life, because a lot of us
like to relax while watching TV. In this way you consume news automatically.

 I think the tendency that more and more people
rely on digital media sources, will continue. We live in the digital age and
that has the consequence that non-digital media will be less used.

There are some point, I would like to criticize relating
to the given chart. Some of the data are very inaccurate.

For example, only every two
years the information were collected. Right at the beginning the data recovery
were even more irregular (x-axis does not show accurate information about the
year).

Furthermore the “new” media
were taken up to late in the survey, which you can see, for example, by the
“Any digital news”-graph itself. The popularity was very high right from the
beginning.

The title of the different category are also confusing.
There is no clear delimitation between “Any digital news” and “Got
online/mobile news”.

By all these inaccuracies the
chart seems less convincing.

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