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Are Newspapers Better Than Books

Printed newspapers and books have played an imperative role in delivering information to citizens from all parts of the world. In fact, according to Patil (2007), the first newspaper ever to be published in Rome was called Acta Diurna' in 59BC. However, in 1605, ‘Relation’ was the first printed weekly newspaper to be issued in Antwerp which is identified by many as the world’s first newspaper. Although it is widely believed that printed newspapers and books play a big part in conveying...

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The Global Decline in Newspaper Reading

General comment Newspapers around the globe are in a state of flux. A newspaper is a lightweight and disposable publication (more specifically, a periodical), usually printed on low-cost paper called newsprint. It may be general or special interest, and may be published daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly. In an era when newspapers in many regions of the world seem to expect their imminent death, an overwhelming majority of individuals reckon that the newspaper which was dominated...

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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...

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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...

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newspaper vs online

ourselves to the effect internet has had on the circulation of print newspapers, and what the real differences between print newspapers and online newspapers are, if any. Newspapers hold significance more for older generation than for those who are young. This is a fact that has only been proved in a better manner with the advent of internet and social networking sites that have gripped younger generation like viral fever. Every newspaper worth its weight in salt today has an e edition over and above...

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Strategic Analysis of the Newspaper Industry

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING INDUSTRY A STRATEGIC ANALYSIS Author Name BUS5480-02 Strategic Management Dr. Uchenna Nwabueze Submission Date Abstract The Newspaper Publishing industry is a segment within the Media industry and is made up of companies whose primary scope is to produce and print newspapers. The industry has experienced declines in both advertising revenues and readership since 2007. This decline has forced many in the industry to re-evaluate their strategy going forward. New strategies...

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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...

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Analysing a newspaper article

Analysing a Newspaper Story How is a Newspaper Article Structured? All newspaper articles follow a particular framework or structure. Headline: All stories have a headline, which gives the reader an idea of what the article is about. Tabloid headlines often use puns or other techniques, such as alliteration, to captivate their audience. Introduction: As the first paragraph in an article, the introduction is very important. Its contents tell the reader in more detail what the article...

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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...

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Have you read a newspaper?

 HAVE YOU READ A NEWSPAPER? ABSTRACT Have you ever wondered; why we find the lead story in the farthest upper-right hand column? Like most people, we try to keep up with the news by watching it on television. That is how 65% of us get 100% of our news – from the 24-odd-minute television news broadcast. What television news bring is primarily a front-page headline service only. To get all one needs to know, one has to amplify these headlines with a complete...

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