Although more and more people read news on the Internet, newspapers will remain the most important source of news for the majority of people. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
In the Modern Era, digitization has become an integral part of people’s lives, and it has also impacted our reading habits. While an increasing number of people prefer to read news on electronic gadgets, it has been counter that newspapers will remain the main source of news and information. I do not agree with this view, in my opinion, electronic sources of news will gradually replace that if the newspaper.
Newspapers remain a key source of current affairs for many reasons. Firstly the elderly people still habitual to look through news by this way as they have traditionally bought a newspaper over the years and simply they wish to unchanged additionally, they have lack knowledge of online equipment in some case. Moreover, newspapers come with other supplements such as magazines and television guides and logical games such as “Sudoku,” which make it good to spend their time with newspapers.
However, the Internet is likely to become the more dominant source of news in recent times against the traditional newspaper. The main reason is that younger people tend to read news on their mobile or laptop which is a piece of cake nowadays. Also, worldwide, people raised the impact of newspapers on the environment. Where’s to a digital mode do not requires any ink or paper, which seems economical friendly. Nowadays, media are also selling news with online mode, and it is modified on an hourly basis which provides people more updates. For example, the Times of India launched a mobile application in which users can search news related to national as well as an international issue also; sports, stock market, devotional information can be availed from this digital application on the fingertip.
To sum up with, although the newspaper is folding to read by people. However, considering the positive outcome of online news, which will become the primary source of information in the near future.
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