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TV remains the leading source of news for Lebanon's youth, but the Internet is now the most used media platform overall among young people, according to a survey commissioned by UNESCO.More than half the respondents in each age group singled it out as such; more than 60 percent of those 23-29 did so.The Internet was ranked next, with newspapers and radio taking the bottom spots. Some 98 percent of respondents said television was a type of media they usually follow. Websites were second with 96 percent, followed by 95 percent for online social media. Though all three were almost universally consumed, the same was not true for radio and newspapers. The survey found that 95 percent of the respondents use the radio to listen to music, while just 39 percent use the radio to follow news.
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