In his opinion, Americans prefer internet over newspapers while they selecting their primary medium for knowing news and information (Cheng, 2010). The entry of computers and internet has revolutionized…
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Earlier print media was the leader in media world whereas television achieved prominence during the latter half of the twentieth century. Many people still believe that print and television media has not lost its prominence even though internet is gaining grounds. One the other hand, lot many people believe that the television and print media have lost its significance and internet became a more reliable media compared to the other media available at present. This paper argues in favour of using internet as the more reliable media than television or news print.
Pleshette (2003) has mentioned that “with the increasing popularity of the Internet, newspapers face declining readership and market penetration and a growing number of readers now skip the print version of the newspaper and instead read the online version of the publication” (Pleshette, 2003). Print media is incapable of delivering the news in time to the readers as it require enough time for the preparation, printing and publishing of news. On the other hand internet is capable of delivering the news instantly to the public. People are always keen in knowing the news or events as fast as possible. Television can deliver the news or events as quickly as internet, but it has the limitation of reproducing the news again and again. Internet has no such problems and viewers can again and again watch the events and learn more about it through repeated reading or watching.
News papers and television media may not always give you a wide reach. Internet, on the other hand, can target a global audience (Lad, 2010). It is impossible for print media to reach all over the world. It is not necessary that all the printed materials be in English. Same way television programs also may have the linguistic problems while communicating with the global population. Internet on the other hand, has not many such problems as most of the internet
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The emergence of internet along with availability of free digital content associated with it affected the demand for print media. It has long been an area of interest for all stakeholders associated with content creation about the effect of internet on the demand for print media. There have been observable impacts on magazines and newspapers and related print media after free digital content became widespread. One can expect that free digital content would eventually cannibalize entire sales of print media.
The conclusion from this study states that providing examples of the media influence in this study, one can quote the instance of the Obama campaign for change as his dictum that he brought about when he came to power. He has started his political campaign to become the President of the United States well before he took oath as one.
The following statement exposes the change in the field: “The institutional practice of journalism is a modernist means of constructing knowledge of public life that for many years has been widely accepted. Increasingly, though, this means of taking account of the world is being questioned, if not discredited” (Jones).
Each of them had their own pros and cons especially when compared to their predecessors. However, since the Internet came along, there is no doubt that it has provided the world with various windows of opportunities. Just like any other technology, the Internet makes work easier at the expense of various traditional media such as postal services (Salman et al., 2011).
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understanding the media from a more nuanced perspective, particularly through the critical perspectives of some Chinese media authors (Tong, 2010; Lin, 2007) and cultural studies of audience effects (Ruddock, 2005, p.37; Yang, 2011). Chinese media refer to media agencies, both
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