Nielsen has come out with a new report on media consumption by teens, and the results are counterintuitive to what most people would believe to be the norm, CNET reports. According to the report, titled "How Teens Use Media," teens are not abandoning TV for new media: In fact, they watch more TV than ever, up 6 percent over the past five years in the United States. The report also says teens love the internet, but they spend far less time browsing than adults: They spend 11 hours and 32 minutes per month online, far below the average of 29...

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