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Students consume media, not books

More than half of university and college students watch TV regularly, 59.3% listen to radio programs and 72.1% read newspapers on a daily basis, a recent joint survey by non-profit organization MESE Kht, the Belvedere Meridionale Foundation and the Higher Education Research Institute found. Based on a sample of 1008 participants, the study revealed that students spend a daily average of 329 minutes listening to the radio, 85 minutes in front of the television, and 52 minutes reading newspapers, Jancsák Csaba, director of the European Center for Youth Reseach, Development and Communication said.