More than half of US adult consumers across age groups still favor the TV as their preferred source of news, according to a June 2013 Gallup poll. Those older than 65 and those without a college degree were the most likely to prefer TV news, while 18- to 49-year-olds were the most likely to say they favored the web for news consumption, hovering around 27% of respondents. Interest in print news as a preferred source among all but the oldest consumers, however, has sunk fairly low, cited by between 6% and 8% of adults ages 64 or younger. In terms of the specific news sources consumers gravitated toward, FOX led the news channels, cited by 8% of respondents, followed by CNN at 7%. Local TV news beat out all other national networks as a preferred TV news source, at 4%. These percentages are not a reflection of actual viewer numbers but what people cite as their leading source of news. Get the full story at eMarketer