The chart below shows the percentage of people accessing news via different media in one country in 2013, 2015 and 2017.
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The chart depicts the proportion of people receiving news via various broadcasting channels in a country for 2013, 2015 and 2017. In general, people accessing information through radio and the Internet increased considerably, while television and printed media faced a noticable drop in their veiwers during the period given.
The percentage of people getting news on internet and radio was almost the same in the year 2013, at about 32%. In the case of radio, a small decline of audience in 2015 was noticed, but eventually it witnessed an upward trend in 2017, concluding at around 36%. Internet news readers, however, rose nearly 8% in 2015, and the same reached to just under 70% in 2017.
Television and Newspaper were approximately four-fifths (80%) and two-fifths (42%) of the number of total people in 2013. There was a constant fall in the proportion of newspaper readers, as it fell down to 30% in 2015 and it further dropped to 22% in 2017. Television viewers decreased by roughly 15% in 2015, whereas a growth of 5% was visible in 2017. Television audience ended as same as of internet in 2017 (70%).