55% of Americans Think Traditional Media Will Disappear in 10 Years

A new poll from 24/7 Wall St. and Harris Interactive has its finger on the pulse of what the average American really thinks about the future of traditional media, and it appears rather bleak: 55% of those surveyed think that traditional media as we know it will no longer exist within ten years.

There has been vocal debate as to whether traditional media is threatened by internet-based communications, or whether it can adapt to social media and flourish in a digital world. A new poll from 24/7 Wall St. and Harris Interactive has its finger on the pulse of what the average American really thinks about the future of traditional media, and it appears rather bleak: 55% of those surveyed think that traditional media as we know it will no longer exist within ten years.

The survey asked 2,095 American adults about where they get their media between October 8th and 12th, 2010.

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