New poll results just released by Verizon Digital Media Services raise some questions.
The VDMS polled millennials, people born between 1982 and 2002, a huge cohort, about their media use.
I have read the report, and I am both confused and worried.
I'm confused because there is no mention in the results about use of things like books, magazines and radio.
I wonder if these media were simply omitted from the mix by Verizon or just never mentioned by those polled. (!)
If we take the report at face value, then schools, libraries and the country as a whole are in big trouble. That's because millennials are absolutely tied at the waist to television and laptops and smart phones.
They seem to have little time for even their families.
Maybe I'm missing something here ... but ... wow.
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