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You might not expect Twitter to be among teens' favorite apps.
After all, the company is having a hard time attracting new users.
We didn't flat-out ask what media teens are consuming, but in their answers about their favorite Viners and what they did online, 30% of teens we spoke with mentioned Buzz Feed, Buzz Feed Video, Tasty (the Buzz Feed food video Facebook page), and Buzz Feed's quizzes.
That's what one teen told us when we asked about what slang teens were using.
He's already producing and acting in the movie -- but now Mark Wahlberg is making a play to DIRECT his upcoming movie about the life of NBA star Caron Butler. Wahlberg has been targeting huge names like Spike Lee, Peter Berg and Barry Jenkins to direct the flick about Butler's journey from dealing drugs to becoming an NBA all-star.
Our sources say Wahlberg is very passionate about the project -- and thinks it could be the perfect movie to make his directorial debut. One problem (that's not really a problem) -- Wahlberg says he thinks Peter Berg is REALLLY going to want the project ...
Favorites include: Brendon Urie, Shawn Mendes, Connor Franta, Troye Sivan, Tyler Oakley, Miranda Sings, Shane Dawson, Logan Paul, Lele Pons, Josh Peck, Jenna Marbles, Manny MUA, Ethan and Grayson Dolan, Alx James, Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart, Hannah Hart, and Rosanna Pansino.Only 61% of US teens say they prefer to shop for clothing online from retailers that also operate their own brick-and-mortar stores.That's a significant drop from the 81% of teens last spring who said they preferred to shop at omnichannel fashion (or cross-channel) retailers.At their youngest, they received phones when they were 8; at the other end, one teen's parents made her wait until she was 16 before she got a phone.Besides owning smartphones, most teens we talked to spent time in front of television sets and gaming consoles (Play Station 4 and Wii were popular answers) as well. On average, they said they spent 11 hours in front of screens every day — answers ranged from two hours to 18 hours, which sounds as if it would be literally every waking moment (and maybe it is).
Eighty percent of the teens we talked to had no idea what a finsta was, and 92% said they didn't have one.