Media Ink: How to build a digital media empire, with a little help from your local newspaper

Posted November 20, 2019 07:00:24More than 10 million people use Google News every month, and more than 100 million people read newspapers online every day, according to a study released Tuesday.

The study by The Nielsen Company and the University of Southern California’s Anderson School of Journalism found that newspapers and magazines are the biggest sources of digital news for the average American.

The Nielsen report found that, on average, readers consume more than 400 million articles on Google News a month, which translates into more than 20 million unique daily users of the search engine.

The company’s study also found that the majority of news consumers read digital media on mobile devices, which is a trend that has been steadily growing over the past several years.

News consumers use Google search engines to search for news stories, but the companies also use their search engines and mobile apps to gather information about the news and the news sites themselves.

Nielsen also said that the use of Google News and other search engines by news consumers has been increasing in the past few years, with the number of people who have clicked on a news story increasing by an average of 6 percent each year.

According to the report, news consumers also spend an average 2.4 hours per day on their smartphones and a similar amount of time on their tablets.

The report also found a similar number of users of Google search apps and social media outlets are also reading digital news.

“The use of digital media by news users is growing exponentially,” said Daniel J. Hsu, senior vice president of Nielsen Media Research.

“This trend will continue in the years to come.

And the trend is only accelerating.””

Our findings provide important insights into how news consumers use digital news sources, and offer us valuable insights into the future of news consumption,” Hsu said.

The study looked at the use, read and clicks of digital and print news outlets, as well as the types of news content consumers read, as part of a broader study of digital platforms and news consumption.

It was conducted between September 2015 and September 2017.

The report also looked at news consumption trends in other news categories.

For example, news users were more likely to use social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest to discuss and share news.

People also were more inclined to read news on their phones or on their computers.

“Digital news consumption continues to grow at an exponential pace,” Hsus said.

“We believe that digital news consumption will be the dominant media consumption activity of the news consumer in the future.”