Here's How The Way We Read Newspapers Has Changed

05/21/2014 03:09 pm ET | Updated May 21, 2014

How much has the media landscape really changed in the last 10 years?

A recent infographic from the Newspaper Association of America will show you exactly that. But we'll give you a little hint: it's a lot.

Newspapers have had to evolve pretty drastically in order to remain top players in the digital age against online outlets like Upworthy and BuzzFeed. As the NAA pointed out, An average of 43 million adults accessed newspaper content on their smart phones and tablets each month during 2013 and online newspaper content brought in more than 145 million unique visitors in January 2014 alone.

As the infographic below shows, it was only in 2007 that news outlets began to embrace Twitter. Now, 77 percent of American adults access news stories online via links on social media.

Take a look:

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