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  • Divya

    January 2, 2023 at 11:37 PM

    In the current millennial era where technology is emerging with several online platforms, the traditional newspaper is appeared to be the most consistent alternative for daily bulletin news. I completely disagree with this opinion and believe that a large amount of population which mainly includes the newer generation, uses online websites and applications to get news updates. This essay will discuss how the print media is no more a popular source of communication.

    Social media channels are the busiest and highly interacted online mediums used for being connected and modernize us on current happenings in the world. For instance, famous journalists and new channels have upgraded themselves to Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and many more to keep its consumers updated with the content provided on each account. In addition to that, baby boomers and silent generation have transitioned to downloading applications on smartphones instead of reading the conventional newspapers.

    Furthermore, newspapers are far more expensive mediums whereas online news is available at zero to minimal cost. For example, the print media requires a monthly subscription and consumers rely on the delivery boy to read their daily bulletin. However, online applications are installed on your devices making it easily accessible. At the same time, online platforms are environment friendly as it has reduced the cost of paper, ink and printing drastically.

    To summarize, traditional mediums are diminishing with technology advancement and people are eagerly adapting the electronic media and online applications in their day-to-day life. Therefore, I am quite inclined with the opinion that newspapers are insignificant source in the news industry.

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