Television news vs. Newspaper
When it comes to finding about the news of what’s going on in our world, we want details and facts. We want the juice of what’s actually going on. The debate between the efficiency of newspapers and TV news, TV news is a lot more effective. Watching the news on TV is a lot easier for people to understand and is more convenient than reading it on paper. For the people who are always in a rush in the morning, it’s more convenient to turn on the TV and listen to what’s going on rather than trying to read a paper because it will only slow your task down. Also, for the people who don’t know how to read and for elders whose eyes don’t function properly, the TV is a better source of finding out the news. Not only can they watch, if their eyes are messed up, they can also listen. It doesn’t require any thinking or straining the eyes trying to read. It may actually be seen as very much relaxing. Newspapers, however, requires more thinking; it has very good sentence structure that may be hard to understand sometimes with the extensive vocabulary words. TV news is more entertaining. The news casts are always bubbly and energetic while broadcasting which receives a positive perspective from the viewers which gives them higher ratings and more airtimes. When we watch the news on TV we get a better visual image of what’s going on. They show actual photos and footage of the story which produces emotion to the audience. Meanwhile, newspapers are straight up boring. These stories are printed out on grayish colored paper and the photos have limited color to them. A newspaper only shows maybe 1 or 2 photos per story that doesn’t give any type of emotion whatsoever.
The delivery of news on TV is a lot faster. Once there is something new to talk about, it’s automatically put on air. There’s no wait nor delay like the newspaper. The newspaper doesn’t issue out new news until the following morning. News on TV also focuses on all stories, tells us...
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