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Young people in Great Britain are less and less news on television. This according to Ofcom, a regulatory body that broadcasting practices in the UK. This as no surprise as young people become increasingly addicted to their smartphones. Youth are for online distractions like YouTube videos, social media and games rather than on a TV and watch a news programme. Britain's Guardian newspaper that: "The youth of the nation are more likely to their day's news about the world from social media or by graffiti in bus stations than seeing it on the telly, with the average 16-24-year-old just two minutes' worth of live TV news per day."

Ofcom research into the news-viewing habits of people around the country. The report is "News Consumption in the UK: 2019". The research that young people are using social media as their primary news source. Researchers wrote: "There evidence that UK adults are news more actively via social media." They an increase in posts and comments on Facebook and Twitter about the news to last year. Ofcom suggested presenting news stories in a less complicated, more accessible way to young people's attention. Some people suggested this would "dumbing down content for young audiences".

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