Survey: Alabama Residents Tracked Storms On TV, Radio
June 20, 2011 at 4:30 AM (PT)
A survey conducted by television station owner RAYCOM MEDIA shows that ALABAMA residents primarily got their information about the devastating storms that hit the state through television and radio.
52.7% of all respondents tracked the storms through television, with 32.6% using radio, with the highest percentage using radio in the 18-24 segment, while older listeners preferred television. Younger respondents used mobile phones more (14.2% among 18-24s), while the Internet was used less than other media but more than friends or family. Most said they did not receive alerts on their mobile phone.
View the full survey results here.