They were raised with smartphones in their hands, and their connection to the outside world is tethered by electronics. So of course they choose to read their books on e-readers and tablets, right?
Not so, says Freeport Press, according to a new study by Publishing Technology and reported in Digital Book World (DBW).
“A new study by Publishing Technology finds U.S. Millennials—defined as people currently between the ages of 18 and 34—almost twice as likely to read a print book as an ebook,” the article notes.
Posted October 4, 2015