"If There Were No Newspapers" Essays and Research Papers

  • If There Were No Newspapers

    History [edit]Gazettes and bulletins In Ancient Rome, Acta Diurna, or government announcement bulletins, were produced. They were carved in metal or stone and posted in public places. In China, early government-produced news sheets, called tipao, circulated among court officials during the late Han dynasty (second and third centuries AD). Between 713 and 734, the Kaiyuan Za Bao ("Bulletin of the Court") of the Chinese Tang Dynasty published government news; it was handwritten on silk and read...

    Han Dynasty, Newspaper, Newspapers 1063  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspapers

    what extent have newspapers become an outdated source of information? Consider this question in relation to other forms of media used today to communicate information in a globalized world. To communicate information in a globalized world. At present, most people obtain information from internet instead of newspapers. Many newspapers have been shut...

    Advertising, Editing, Internet 912  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper

    The promising future of newspaper In the wave of information explosion appeared in 90’ last century, the channels to obtain information among people have apparently been diversified due to the rise of new media outlets through the medium of the Internet. Although some advantage of newspaper has been overshadowed by the excellent performance of new media, newspaper is actively adapting to social and economic transformation based on maintaining its existing advantages. For this reason, the essay...

    Advertising, Electronic media, Journalism 844  Words | 3  Pages

  • History of Newspapers

    The History of Newspapers Today, people can use newspapers to find out many things. One can use the newspaper to check sports scores, get the day's news, read "feel good" stories, or even find out their horoscope. It was not always that way. From the "Acta Diurna," reported in the ancient Roman empire, to the New York Times, newspapers have come a long way. In this report, the distance that newspapers have traveled since their inception is going to be outlined. Before literacy...

    Acta Diurna, Johannes Gutenberg, John Peter Zenger 1367  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Newspaper Industry

    The Newspaper Industry is one of the oldest and largest, most widely-known media industry in existence. “More than 1 out of 3 people in the United States reads a newspaper everyday” (Vivian 78). When you think of someone reading a newspaper, we often think of someone who’s older, sitting in a chair with a cup of coffee and who doesn’t really know much or endulge themselves in the fast-paced world today, like with television or newer technology, basically, a grandpa. However, what we can easily be...

    Advertising, Broadcasting, Journalism 852  Words | 3  Pages

  • History of Newspaper

    history of newspapers back to the Romans “ Acta Diurna” and the “ti pao” of china. The “Acta Diurnal”, a daily , handwritten gazette launched by Julius Caesar in 59 B.C.. reported noteworthy events, private and official notices and births among other things. It continued for about 350 years. China’s early version of the newspaper, the “ti-pao”, provided news to government officials and the intellectual elite for about a thousand years. The forerunners to the modern American newspaper first appeared...

    Benjamin Franklin, Broadsheet, Newspaper 1352  Words | 4  Pages

  • Printted Newspaper vs. Online Newspapers

    Online newspapers vs. print newspapers In an early morning of a winter day with cold wind and snow breeze blowing out, hardly any people are waiting to put a quarter into an old automated newsstand to get there newspapers at a corner near the Union Station in downtown of St. Louis city. Hardly to find young people in that crowded but aged people are likely to prefer the traditional newspapers than the new type which is online. In contrast, most of young people who tend to spend most of their lifetime...

    Newspaper 1118  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper logistics

    NEWSPAPER LOGISTICS Newspapers have a very important place in our life. Reading of newspapers has become a habit for most of the people. But not many people think how newspaper is delivered each day at our home with such ease. In order to study the logistics of newspaper, information was collected from newspaper vendors to the people working in the Audit Department of the newspaper “Times of India”. Mr. Lalit Joshi, who works in the logistics department of TOI in the Delhi/NCR region, threw light...

    Broadsheet, Delhi, Gurgaon 855  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper in Nigeria

    What is Newspaper? A newspaper is a periodical publication containing news regarding current events, informative articles, diverse features, editorials, and advertising. It usually is printed on relatively inexpensive, low-grade paper such as newsprint. By 2007, there were 6,580 daily newspapers in the world selling 395 million copies a day. The late 2000s-early 2010s global recession, combined with the rapid growth of web-based alternatives, caused a serious decline in advertising and circulation...

    Advertising, Lagos, Mass media 1327  Words | 6  Pages

  • Reading Newspapers

    Reading newspaper is a very good habit. We cannot think of modern life without the newspaper. It is a storehouse of knowledge. Reading newspapers broaden our outlook and enriches our mind. Reading english newspaper is a good way to spending our leisure properly. A newspaper is very helpful to us. It brings news of home and abroad. The economic situation of a country is described in it. It also brings news of tread and commerce, games and sports. It also helps the growth of public opinion. It gives...

    Advertising, Editorial, Newspaper 881  Words | 3  Pages

  • Online newspaper

     Online newspaper 1. Banglanews24.com 2. Bdnews24.com 3. Banglamail24.com 4. Natunbarta.com 5. TheReport24.com 6. Sheershanews24.com 7. Risingbd.com 8. Ctgnews.com Online News Agency 1. United News of Bangladesh (UNB) 2. Focus Bangla 3. Banglar Chokh 4. Bangladesh News Agency (BNA) An online newspaper is the online version of a newspaper, either as a stand-alone publication or as the online version of a printedperiodical. Going online created more opportunities for newspapers, such as competing...

    Agence France-Presse, Associated Press, News 1889  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Death of Newspapers

    Since the turn of the new century, newspapers have always been the main source of our news. For years, it started the day for millions. Along with a cup of coffee, maybe even some breakfast, the arrival of the morning paper meant the beginning to the daily grind. Nowadays the evening paper is long extinct, especially in large cities. With Internet so available to the masses and, for the most part, providing free news, the newspaper is no longer a necessity. The newspaper becoming extinct is beneficial...

    Advertising, Blog, Journalism 1097  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper Headlines

    Lexical Features Structure Features and Rhetorical Devices of English Newspaper Headlines Ⅰ.Introduction Every time we pick up a newspaper, what come into our sight will be lots of news headlines. A headline has become an indispensable part of newspaper. The editor means to attract the reader’s attention through headlines. As a result, news paper headlines are usually specially designed to be short, concise, and informative to convey different kinds of information. We may be confused by the...

    Consonant, English language, Headline 1259  Words | 6  Pages

  • History of Newspaper in the Philippines

    History of newspaper in the Philippines Journalism started in the Philippines during the late 1800’s.  The emergence of several publications was intended to inform and awaken the people about the abuses and atrocities committed by the Spaniards and eventually by the Americans. It encourages the people to become aware of the social and political circumstances at that time.  * 1637 - SuccessosFelices (Fortunate Events) is the first Philippine newsletter was launched by Tomas Pinpin who is known...

    Broadsheet, Editing, Emilio Aguinaldo 1186  Words | 4  Pages

  • Newspaper Reading Choices

    1 Q 6. Case Study: You are engaged to carry out a market survey on behalf of a leading Newspaper that is keen to increase its circulation in Bangalore City, in order to ascertain reader habits and interests. Develop a title for the study; define the research problem and the objectives or questions to be answered by the study. Ans.: Title: Newspaper reading choices Research problem: A research problem is  the situation that causes the researcher to feel apprehensive, confused and ill at ease...

    Advertising, Journalism, Mass media 1114  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper Industry Analysis

    RECOMMENDATIONS & SUGESSTIONS | 39 | ANNEXURES | QUESTIONNAIRE | 40-43 | | BIBLIOGRAPHY | 44 | EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Newspaper Industry can be said as the most trusted Industry as people believe whatever is written in the newspaper as facts and day to day happenings. My motive was to broaden the spectrum of trust and acquire more customers for Business Standard Newspaper For every industry to be successful in its domain, it is necessary that a detailed analysis be done regarding its customers...

    Advertising, Broadsheet, English-language newspapers published in India 1574  Words | 5  Pages

  • Will Paid Newspapers Be Substituted by Free Newspaper in the Near Future?

    The emergence of free newspapers has undeniably aroused fierce competitions in the newspaper industry. Until now, there are 6 free newspapers and 15 paid newspapers, included both Chinese and English-language, in the market. Although the social phenomenon shows that people tend to get free newspapers instead of buying the paid newspapers, does this mean paid newspapers will be substituted by free newspapers in the near future? The answer may not be simple as there are 2-sided arguments. First, revenue...

    Advertising, Editing, Free daily newspaper 919  Words | 3  Pages

  • newspaper project

    We are all living in fear here. Everyday you can tell that the Vietnamese are spying on us here at Khe Sanh. I heard that on December 15th the number of troops here will start to decrease to go back home and I hope that I am one of them. They were supposed to make a truce when Tet New Year came but that did not happen. Only more killing and fighting occurred from that. The VC hide so well in the jungle. You have to watch out for them or else they will sneak up on you and take you out. ...

    Army, Battle of Khe Sanh, Khe Sanh 618  Words | 3  Pages

  • Quality Newspapers

    The quality newspapers (broadsheets, Berliner…) The two newspapers we have chosen to compare are the USA Today and the International Herald Tribune. They are dating from Friday, May 29, 2009. First impression What strikes out is that the front page of the USA Today is more exuberant than the International Herald Tribune. The page counts six small pictures and three clarifying graphics. The font of the headlines are more bulky, different and short in its titles. Comparing this to the International...

    International Herald Tribune, New York Herald, New York Herald Tribune 1796  Words | 5  Pages

  • Newspaper Reviews

    English Language DECEMBER Holiday Homework 2013 Newspaper / Magazine Reviews Complete three reviews of newspaper / magazine articles using the given template. A sample review has been attached for your reference. All articles should be on one of the topics below and topics should not repeat. Transport Equality Rich-poor Gap Science Technology Culture Natural Disaster Ageing Population Teenage Issues Education You may use print and non-print articles. Articles should be dated no...

    Food, Health, Initiative 595  Words | 4  Pages

  • Origin and Evolution of Newspapers

    The history of newspapers is argueably one of the most dramatic episoodes of human experience. The actual origin of newspapers lies in the renaissance Europe when local merchants used to distribute hand written newsletters amongst each other, however it was not until the 14th century when Germany introduced the precursors of printed newspapers. Since then newspapers have evolved dramatically and today there are more than 6580 daily newspapers in the world. A typical modern day newspaper is filled with...

    Broadsheet, India, Kolkata 1411  Words | 5  Pages

  • Newspaper

    NEWSPAPER, a publication that appears regularly and frequently, and carries news about a wide variety of current events. Organizations such as trade unions, religious groups, corporations or clubs may have their own newspapers, but the term is more commonly used to refer to daily or weekly publications that bring news of general interest to large portions of the public in a specific geographic area. The United States had 1,611 general-circulation daily newspapers in 1990 -- 14 percent fewer than...

    Broadsheet, Editing, Journalism 9902  Words | 25  Pages

  • Newspaper Essay

    Newspaper Essay On June 20th, 1949, the Sixth Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers met for the last day to discuss issues concerning the German question and the Austrian treaty. This meeting was designed first of all to enable the Soviet Union and West to renew contracts informally in Germany and Berlin to carry on trade, and second to make a treaty restoring independence to Austria and liberating Austria from occupation. This sixth council had been meeting since May 20th of that year...

    Cold War, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Nazi Germany 1101  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspapers During the Revolution

    Period of Active Revolution Newspapers During The Revolution Journalism started in the Philippines during the late 1800’s, an age when the internet, radio and television were still non-existent. The emergence of several publications was intended to inform and awaken the people about the abuses and atrocities committed by the Spaniards and eventually by the Americans. It encourages the people to become aware of the social and political circumstances at that time. Periodicals are the most...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino people 703  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspapers

    Newspapers: Past, Present, and Future News is simply defined as "a report of a recent event; something one
not heard of before"(Websters, 282). With its lack in its definition, news is so much more than a report of recent events in todays world. Today, the underlying purpose of news is to "provide facts upon which decisions are based" (Mencher, 56), making journalism the work of gathering news. Neil Postman says that news is "more often made rather than gathered". He goes...

    Benjamin Franklin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Gazette 1992  Words | 12  Pages

  • Newspaper, Modern Media

    To what extent have newspapers become an outdated source of information? Consider this question in relation to other forms of media used today to communicate information in a globalised word. A newspaper is a publication, usually issued daily or weekly, containing current news, editorials, feature articles, and usually advertising.It usually is printed on relatively inexpensive, low-grade paper. By 2007, there were 6,580 daily newspapers in the world selling 395 million copies a day. (Plambeck...

    Advertising, Broadsheet, Journalism 830  Words | 3  Pages

  • Development of Newspaper Magazines and Books

    materials. This consists essentially of making numerous identical reproductions of an original by mechanical means in Newspaper, Magazines, and Books. A newspaper is a publication that appears regularly and frequently, and carries news about a wide variety of current events. Organizations such as trade unions, religious groups, corporations or clubs may have their own newspapers, but the term is more commonly used to refer to daily or weekly publications that bring news of general interest to large...

    American Library Association, Editing, Magazine 1977  Words | 6  Pages

  • Macbeth Newspaper Article Project

    NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: DUNCAN’S MURDER Individually, you will be writing a newspaper article about the murder of King Duncan. 1. Using your Map of Scotland, pick a city and create a name for your newspaper. For example, The Dunsinane Daily Journal (you are NOT allowed to use this example) 2. You must have a headline that includes a “hook” (something that grabs the reader’s attention and practically insists that he or she read the whole story). “King Duncan’s Dead!” is NOT an effective headline....

    Duncan I of Scotland, King Duncan, Macbeth 694  Words | 3  Pages

  • Politicization: Link for Newspapers

    POLITICISATION THE LINK BETWEEN NEWSPAPERS AND LITERACY An Essay by Deepa Venkatesan , T.Y.BMM A newspaper which loses its value every passing hour once published and out-read by a reader has, in layman’s terms, maybe an investment of just a rupee or three. But that very newspaper has a long past and has shaped the Indian History in ways unimaginable. From becoming a poor man’s tool towards literacy to influencing political rule, regional language newspapers have penetrated in the ground level...

    Ayodhya, Ayodhya debate, Babri Mosque 2200  Words | 4  Pages

  • History of British Newspapers

    History of British Newspapers Britain's press can trace its history back more than 300 years, to the time of William of Orange. Berrow's Worcester Journal, which started life as the Worcester Postman in 1690 and was published regularly from 1709, is believed to be the oldest surviving English newspaper. William Caxton had introduced the first English printing press in 1476 and, by the early 16th century, the first 'news papers' were seen in Britain. They were, however, slow to evolve, with the...

    Broadsheet, Manchester Evening News, Newspaper 1914  Words | 6  Pages

  • If You Were a Newspaper Publisher in a Local Community, What Types of Stories and Issues Would You Cover to Make the Publication Appealing to Young People? Do You Think the Newspaper Writing Style Should Be Simplified

    Newspaper is the most trusted information source that been used to deliver updated information to the whole people in the world. The newspaper industry dwarfs others media by almost every its operation and procedure. Newspaper, as we know, it issued by daily and weekly, consists with folded sheets containing news, advertisement, correspondence and feature articles. Deliver people a lot of information such as what was happened yesterday will be issued in the newspaper tomorrow. Feature articles may...

    Advertising, Journalism, Mass media 1562  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Advertising in Newspapers

    The Role of Advertising in Newspapers Revenues from sales of advertising pay for the bulk of the costs of newspaper production. That’s why the reading public pays so little for its newspaper. What is advertising? An advertisement is a message designed to sell the advertiser’s goods or services to prospective buyers. Types of newspaper advertising There are two types of newspaper advertising – display and classified. A display advertisement is a written message, often accompanied by an illustration...

    Advertising, Classified advertising, Display advertising 1926  Words | 6  Pages

  • Newspaper vs Internet

    Of Online News Vs. Newspapers We all know that newspapers companies are the first to keep us updated with the news every day. But as time goes by there are technologies that were invented as another source of news information that is the internet. But if you notice that even if the internet has already been invented, there are still newspaper companies that still go on with their business. One reason is that, there are advantages and disadvantages with online news vs. newspapers. Let’s first talk...

    Facebook, Internet, MySpace 2483  Words | 6  Pages

  • Newspapers' role in society.

    into coherence and unity" (32). There is no doubt among theorists that media is influencing society, but there are different theories that suggest that it may be society influencing media, not media influencing society. This essay shall look at newspapers' past and present, and how they will continue to affect the world we live in. In the early 1950s after WWII, American communication made deep inroads into Europe, and words like "mass", "effects", and "functions" organized research on both sides...

    Advertising, Communication studies, Journalism 766  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Newspaper

    News A newspaper is one of the most common ways to receive the latest news. News is the communication of selected[1] information on current events which is presented by print, broadcast, Internet, or word of mouth to a third-party or mass audience. Contents [hide] 1 Etymology 2 History 3 Forms of news 3.1 Newspaper 3.2 Online journalism 4 Newsworthiness 5 New ecology of news 6 See also 7 References 8 Further reading 9 External links Etymology[edit] The English word "news"...

    Editing, Free daily newspaper, Journalism 18964  Words | 59  Pages

  • Newspapers

    Origin of Newspapers: The History of newspapers is arguably one of the most dramatic episodes of human experience. The actual origin of newspapers lies in the Renaissance Europe when local merchants used to distribute handwritten newsletters amongst each other. However it was not until the late 1400’s when Germany introduced the precursors of printed newspapers. Since then newspapers have evolved dramatically and today there are more than 6580 daily newspapers in the World. A typical modern day...

    Advertising, Broadsheet, Chennai 402  Words | 2  Pages

  • Early indian newspapers

    weekly newsmagazine Samachar Darpan which was one of the two first Bengali newspapers (the other being Bengal Gazeti, published by Gangakishore Bhattacharya, in the first half of 1818). Subsequently the Serampore Mission also launched the Friend of India weekly in 1821, which became so popular that Serampore was synonymous with the Friend of India in European minds for much of the 19th century. The printing operations were so successful that they acquired their own substantial buildings by the river...

    History of India, India, Joshua Marshman 1755  Words | 6  Pages

  • Newspaper vs Tv

    Print and television are two dominant media outlets for the news. Unlike radio, they are predominately visual, although television provides both visual and auditory information. Newspaper and television news organizations each have long-established traditions for reporting news in their respective media, which engenders distinct human behaviors that shape how people obtain news. For instance, television broadcasts present short video-based stories that are sequenced linearly and fit within a specified...

    Advertising, Broadcasting, Broadsheet 940  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper and Story

    headline, right on the cover, because they are obsessed with that topic." That's why the process of placing elements on a page involves decisions made by editors. Normally editors are responsible for certain sections of a large publication. In a newspaper, for instance, a "wire editor" may be responsible for choice and placement of national and international news, which comes over the wire (well, now computer) news services. A sports editor will be responsible for sport pages. An editorial page editor...

    A Story, Column, Editing 2390  Words | 7  Pages

  • New Zealand Newspaper industry

    Issues 4 Conclusion 4 References 5 1. Introduction A newspaper is usually a daily or weekly publication which have lasted news about some events or information of special or general interest. The world is now changing gradually and globalization has become a trend. People have to be more open to access to new information and lasted news in order to keep up with the world. Hence, it is important for the newspaper publishers to understand its future market and competitors in order to...

    Mass media, Newspaper 1607  Words | 5  Pages

  • Maycomb Newspaper

    February 22, 1930 Maycomb Newspaper ~Obituaries ~ Gossip ~ Weather ~ Editorials ~ Local News ~ National News ~ World News~ Local News Update: Tom Robinson trial By: Judge Taylor, a white-haired old man with a reputation for running his court in an informal fashion, presides over the case. Tom Robinson is accused of raping Mayela Ewell. When Officer Tate got there he found Mayela bruised and beaten, and she then told him that Tom Robinson had raped her. Atticus cross-examines the witness...

    Adolf Hitler, Atticus Finch, Harper Lee 1370  Words | 4  Pages

  • Newspaper vs the Internet

    Qn 2: Newspapers are under attack from the Internet, What strategies might they follow in order to survive? Internet technology has a solid effect on how firms compete in the twenty-first century. Michael Porter (strt mgment ) stated that companies that succeed in the twenty-first century are the ones who use the internet as a compliment to traditional ways of competing, rather than those who set their internet initiatives apart from their established operations. Printed news goes back hundreds...

    Advertising, Journalism, Mass media 1306  Words | 4  Pages

  • Internet-the death of newspaper

     INTERNET-THE DEATH OF NEWSPAPERS M.Krithigha News Papers: Newspapers were considered an important object of modern civilization. It is the first most commonly accepted invention containing the record of the current events. Newspaper started to get more popular after the invention of the printing press by Guttenberg. The India Gazette is the first newspaper in India. It was published in 1744 and from that; the circulation of news paper has increased. Newspapers are of 2 types: Morning edition...

    Broadsheet, Internet, MySpace 1578  Words | 4  Pages

  • Local Newspaper

    literature. Newspaper Creation 6. Please provide travel directions and a map from your home to your local newspaper office. Your directions should include the cardinal and ordinal directions, total distance from your home to your local newspaper office, travel time, street names, and at least two landmarks. 7. Please provide the following information regarding your communication with your local newspaper professional: a. name of newspaper professional b. title of newspaper professional ...

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Cardinal direction, Following 449  Words | 3  Pages

  • Importance of Newspapers

    Value of Newspapers The Value of Newspapers Print No other advertising vehicle has the reach of newspapers. Nationally, 95 million adults read a newspaper on an average weekday and more than 108 million on an average Sunday. More than 71% of all adults in the U.S. read a newspaper or visit a newspaper website in an average week (Scarborough Research). According to research by the Readership Institute at Northwestern University, advertising is one of the top five drivers of newspaper readership...

    Advertising, Mass media, Newspaper 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper Style

    Introduction A newspaper headline is often the only thing that readers read in a newspaper, or at least, it is the first thing that everyone notices in a newspaper. It serves as a indicator for the reader that helps decide whether to continue on reading the whole text or to skip it onto another one. Each headline should be a summary of the news which follows. A headline should be a regular sentence structure containing a subject and a verb. It means that only lexical, not grammatical words are used...

    Grammar, Headline, Headlines 1693  Words | 6  Pages

  • A Semiotic Analysis of a Newspaper Story

    and other signs like photographs.’ The newspaper is just one medium of news communication; other media include television, radio, magazines, and the Internet. We will concentrate on a particular news item as covered in three different British daily newspapers, namely The Sun, The Telegraph, and The Times. The story which is being covered is that of the death of a female police officer who was stabbed by a man whilst she was on duty. The medium of the newspaper is particularly interesting as signifiers...

    Broadsheet, News Corporation, Newspaper 2049  Words | 6  Pages

  • will newspapers stay or go

    Will newspapers be gone in five to ten years? Everybody dies eventually according to science, and the people who read the newspapers now are all above the age of 50, so no, I do not think printed newspapers will be around for very much longer. My generation is called “generation X, or the millennials” which is 18 years of age to 33. These are the people that are now in the majority of the work force, and attending colleges. This is the generation that has had technology for most of their lives...

    Demographics, Generation X, Generation Y 1094  Words | 3  Pages

  • Will Newspapers Disappear?

    Will newspapers disappear? In the last ten or twenty years access to knowledge has utterly changed. Access to information is just a push on a button away. Kids and youngsters hardly read books and the latest news is available in just 140 characters. Will people in a short while only focus on short online messages, and type their messages about events happening to friends as well as to absolute strangers? Will people lose interest for newspapers, and will newspapers have to change their focus...

    Advertising, Journalism, Mass media 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • Analysis of Newspaper Article

    Running head: ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLE Analysis of Newspaper Article LaToya L. Allen, RN HCS 438: Statistical Applications University of Phoenix Saran Wilkins, PhD September 15, 2006 Analysis of Newspaper Article Exercising daily is beneficial to a person's health. While many people exercise for this reason, they are seeking methods to improve endurance and performance. In an attempt to offer durability and better endurance, sports drink manufacturers have started to add...

    Alcoholic beverage, Better, Beverages 810  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspaper Analysis

    For my assignment I have been asked to identify and analyse fact, opinion and implied meaning of my chosen Newspaper article. I am going to explain and analyse the author’s use of fact and opinion. I need to identify and analyse examples of language used for specific effect; such as bias. I will also explain the author’s purpose of writing the Newspaper article. I am going to analyse and identify the structure to achieve the effects and techniques used to present and layout the information in the...

    Article, Critical thinking, Formal grammar 1443  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Differences between Malaysia's Leading Newspapers

    Differences between the Star newspaper and the New Straits Times The Star and The New Straits Times are two of Malaysia’s most read English-language daily and Sunday newspapers. Having given the task to observe and analyze both newspapers for a week; from the 15th of March till the 21st of March 2010, many similarities as well as differences were spotted. From the aspect of the content and objective of the papers, ownership plays a major role in determining what materials are included in...

    Asia News Network, Broadsheet, English-language newspapers 1748  Words | 6  Pages

  • Reading Newspaper As A HabitNewspaperbrings Us

     Reading newspaper as a habit Newspaper brings us the news of the world. So the importance of newspaper reading is great. A man becomes well-versed in the current politics and political incidents of the world. It helps the nation to form national integration. It develops the outlook of the people of all sectors. Newspaper is a store house of knowledge. General Knowledge is an essential part of education. Newspaper is the best means for acquiring knowledge. The students can know very interesting...

    Cellular network, Government, Mobile phone 1891  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Market Segmentation of the Uk Newspaper Industry1

    Contents Executive Summary………………………………………………………………………………………………………...4 Introduction………………………………………….……………………………………………...4 Segmentation of newspaper market in the UK………………………………...…….…5 1. Profile Segmentation Criteria………………………………………………………………………….….5 2. Behavioral Criteria………………………………………………………………………………………….….5 3. Psychographic Segmentation Criteria…………………………………………………………….…..6 The Times……………………………………………………………………………………….…….6 Recommendation…………………………………………………………………….…………...7 Appendix……………………………………………………………………………………………...

    Berliner, Broadsheet, Financial Times 2088  Words | 7  Pages

  • Are Online News Sources Causing Newspapers to Become Obsolete?

    data makes clear that the future of hard copy newspapers is questionable at best. But to see how much longer newspapers can hold on before giving way to a strict, online format, the two researchers assembled a 10-question survey, to gauge the early 2014 priorities of those that depend on newspapers (in either online or print formats) for their information. It was determined that the data collected in this survey supports the belief that online newspapers are eventually going to take over as the main...

    Broadsheet, Free daily newspaper, Journalism 1609  Words | 5  Pages

  • Boudicca Newspaper

    disorganised men of Boudicca who had 100,000 warriors. The Romans used well - drilled battle techniques such as the wedge formation unlike the shambles that were used by Boudicca’s army. Also the Romans had lots of armour and weapons of choice but the Celts had only body paint as armour and farm equipment as weapons. So inevitably the Romans, who were better prepared than the Celts, won. Picture Then in AD44 he sent an invasion fleet to stop the Catuvellauni. We capitalised on this by...

    Augustus, Boudica, Gaius Suetonius Paulinus 727  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspapers

    Reading newspapers everyday is must for both students and adults for growth and enlightenment irrespective of the class or field of their life. For, reading newspaper everyday is highly educational, and an important informal education in that. One can ignore this important function of the life at own peril. In a time when information is available to anyone at the push of a button, a turn of the dial, and now, the click of a mouse, newspapers have had to adapt in order to continue...

    Advertising, Editorial, Education 600  Words | 2  Pages

  • How Would I Judge a Good Newspaper?

    WOULD I JUDGE A GOOD NEWSPAPER? Technology has given immense new possibilities to the newspaper and it has thus increased its power. But what we often see today is the deteriorating morality of the press, represented by a number of newspapers in almost every country. These do a disservice to the public by being part of the cheap press and their aim is to make money, to mislead people, to exaggerate events, to publish abusive advertising. But a good number of other newspapers aim at high levels of...

    Advertising, Editing, Journalism 835  Words | 3  Pages

  • Newspapers

    Newspaper Newspapers have become an important accessory of the breakfast table. Today the important of the newspapers has increased three fold. Even with the advent of computer and modern technology, the important of newspapers has not in the least diminished. Newspapers not only give us some sort of work, punctuating every sip of the tea that we take, but also some sort of diversion from eating. In fact, there are some people who would forego there breakfast rather than miss reading the newspaper...

    Advertising, Broadsheet, Journalism 451  Words | 2  Pages

  • Compare Three Newspapers in the Uk, the Usa and China

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