Online usage among teens and young adults increased from 16% to 42%. But looks at what is down: talking on the telephone drops from one hour and 44 minutes, per 24 hour day, down to one our and four; reading magazines from 24 minutes to 11, and newspapers from 17 minutes to 8.
According to the report: “The same trend is observable in total time spent with various media. In 2000, teens and young adults were spending close to 2 hours and 45 minutes listening to the radio each day. By 2010 it had fallen to an hour and a half." In addition reading magazines drops by more than half while time spent online goes from an hour a day to almost 3.
Read the original report: Teens and Young Adults Favor Online Radio.