Google makes more money from ads than print media combined

Google raked in $10.9 billion in ad revenue in the first six months of 2012, while the whole U.S. print media generated $10.5 billion.
(Credit: Statista)
Google makes more money from advertising than all U.S. print publications combined, according to a new study from German statistics company Statista. The company found Google generated $10.9 billion in ad revenue in the first six months of 2012, while the whole U.S. print media industry — newspapers and magazines — made only $10.5 billion.

Statista did note, however, that the comparison is “obviously unfair” and shouldn’t be judged…

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