Today when online news has started getting popular, the print news has started finding it very difficult to keep their popularity up. After all, no one would be interested in reading the old news when there is a source which delivers the fresh news within a minute it has occurred.
As compared to traditional newsprint, internet provides faster access to news. It means, whenever anything is reported anywhere around the world, it gets published on the internet in a matter of minutes. Online newspapers are updated whenever there is something worth reporting while standard print news are usually published once or maximum twice a day. For print newspaper, readers have to wait for the next publication. However, online news publishes news at the time it has occurred and keeps you updated to the current stirring every minute.
Over hard copy newspapers, online news saves time and money. E-papers don't need to be printed and then delivered personally. They are just published online and can be read by people from all across the nation while being at home, office or in the car, which is a remarkable change indeed.
E-papers save paper and are environment-friendly whereas regular newspaper require paper in order to be printed.
Keeping in view the above advantages, it is speculated that newspapers will soon be loose its importance in the lives of people. Gone are the days, when people each morning read newspaper with a sip of coffee or tea.
Now in the busy world where every individual is working hard to Cope Up with their mounting expenses, don’t find time to read hard copy newspaper every day. In this circumstance, online news comes as a boon to them. It can be read anywhere and at any hour of the day. Also readers can get access to news while stuck in the traffic jam or in the cafeteria while chilling with friends.
Owing to all the above benefits from which online news is packed with; the existence of print newspaper is in trouble. Subscription and advertising cost is the major source of revenue for print news, but with the advent of frequent adoption of online news, broadsheet subscriptions are dropping. Also businesses are cutting expensive advertising from their budgets because it is no longer producing results.
Many newspaper companies have created an Internet version of their papers, but that does not compensate their traditional print media loss. In-fact, many publishers and editors have attempted to use direct tools to negotiate the gap between printing presses and the Internet, but so far nothing could be done to upgrade print news over internet.
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Article Added on Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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