Compare And Contrast Print Media And Print Media

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Media refers to different channels that are used to transmit, store and deliver data or some information from one place to another place, one person to other as well as to masses.This term also used as mass media. We are living in a rapidly developing and modernized era where technology is taking charge in every walks of our life. This technology may come with many advantages and disadvantages as well. Every development is due to rapid modernization, improvement old administration methods and the use of new technology to make things even better. The major forms of media used all around the world today are print media, electronic media. In this article an attempt has been made to compare print media and electronic media. Print media contain materials that are available to us in printed form and which we can carry with ourselves or we can simply say they are portable. The major types of print media are books, magazines, newspaper, newsletters, posters, brochures and others. Print media still forms an important part of Media Industry which has been given a competition by electronic media and a new technology called e-newspaper applications. But still newspaper holds its value even today and is competing strongly with technology backed media. Basically said, words printed with…show more content…
People have learned the expediency of reading, and this makes the print media live on. There are a lot of function of printed media. The print media is at the forefront of disseminating information. Information is such a powerful tool and major democracies thrive on open debate and free flow of information between the governed and the goverments. The development of the internet has made it possible for print media to publish breaking news within minutes of it happening anywhere in the world. Today, all major outiets have websites that are updated frequently and contain achives of
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