Newspapers have been an integral part of civilised society for centuries. They contain written information about ongoing events and cover a variety of topics such as politics, weather, sports, entertainment, arts and lifestyle and also have sections for advertisements, radio and television listings, comic strips, puzzles, horoscopes, reviews as well as advice columns, offering a rich and diverse selection of content for readers.
However, in recent years, there have been increasing discussions about the future of newspapers in view of the growing popularity of online news consumption. An ever-growing number of newspapers and magazines are now available online for readers to read on their personal devices such as mobile phones and tablets. It goes without saying that the future of journalism and news consumption is indeed digital.
However, there is a lot more to it than it looks.
Despite the significant change in consumption patterns, in a country like India the newspaper is much more than just a bunch of sheets of paper with text. Newspapers have been viewed as reliable and authentic sources of information on a vast range of topics and ongoing issues. Businesses and brands have used newspapers as a channel to reach out to their respective audiences, targeting their products and services to prospective customers through this popular and highly effective medium.
Newspapers are highly respected because of the veracity of the information they contain, as well as their power to influence and shape public opinion. Even with newspapers going digital, public inertia towards the digital revolution will be a significant impediment, especially in countries like India.
Additionally, even though the internet affords us tremendous ease with which we can access information, nothing can substitute the aesthetics of a printed newspaper, as well as the thrill of holding a newspaper in one’s hands.
Newspapers are here to stay for a very long time. Their importance in Indian households cannot be underestimated. That being said, publishing ads in newspaper is well worth the investment because it will get you far greater visibility. Psychological research has shown us that people are more likely to make a purchase decision based on a printed advertisement compared to a similar advertisement on the radio or the television.
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