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Alan, Canada
How do I get my news? Well, when I lived in Canada I got my news from primarily watching television and reading the newspaper. But since I moved over to Asia and started using computers more and more I find that I get my main source of news is the internet. Surfing the net for various news sites and the TV and newspaper become secondary sources for news.

Asako, Japan
How do I get my news? My news source would be usually the internet. Other than that we don't have a TV so I don't watch TV so sometimes when I drive actually I do listen to news.

Greg, The United States
OK, so sometimes I watch CNN. Most of my news comes from different Internet news sources such as BBC or, I can't remember the names right now but different sites and I also read newspapers such as the Daily Yomiuri and the Japan times.

Lucinda, New Zealand
The only time in my life I've ever read newspapers is if a professor or teacher asks us to read and bring an article to school. I don't think I've ever voluntarily read a newspaper. That's quite embarassing but I prefer to watch TV, or listen to the radio to find out about news or things like that.

Martin, The Unites States
I usually get my news in the morning off the Internet. I don't really watch TV so I don't watch a lot of that, but the other important way I get news is from the newspaper and my favorite magazine, The Economist, but I'd say the most important way is off the internet, reading a whole bunch of different newspapers on the Internet at once is a really great way to understand and see what's going on in the world.

Todd, The United States
Well, because I live overseas I get almost all of my news from the Internet, but I do buy magazines, like Time magazine and Newsweek and read them a little bit and of course I buy, I get the paper sometimes, but actually, when I'm home in America I really like to watch network news. I like the old network news, you know the big TV station, and they have the 6 o'clock news. I don't know. I just like it.


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