We live in a time when all the information we need is available to us at our fingertips. Whether through a computer or through our mobile phones, we are just a few seconds away from finding whatever it is we are looking for. Such is the power of the internet and its ability to connect people to information.
There is no dispute that the internet has served to make our lives a whole lot easier and transformed our lifestyles in ways we could never have imagined even two decades ago. In this age of instant information, it is only expected that news organisations too would have to follow suit and keep up with this demand.
And keep up they did. But what does this mean for print journalism?
Actually, a lot. Even though most of today’s news is consumed online with more and more people getting familiar with gadgetry and adapting to this digital lifestyle, print media is here to stay.
The great disruption to the print media industry that the digital revolution has brought about has been widely viewed as a threat to printed newspapers and magazines, even though they have a large number of takers for their online editions, with other platforms either offering their content for free or via a paywall. There’s no doubt that digital media is indeed the future.
But, as most Indians will tell you, nothing quite beats the feeling of reading a newspaper by holding it. Digital may be the future, but printed newspapers are undoubtedly a part of modern life in India that will remain integral for many years to come. The humble newspaper has created and dominated conversations at the dining table. It has been a constant companion at breakfast and tea time, and has unfailingly provided readers with hours of entertainment through puzzles, comics and short stories. In short, we Indians love our newspapers.
However, this love is not just sentimental alone. Newspapers are widely hailed as authentic and reliable sources of information on a variety of topics along with the latest events from the country and around the world. Needless to say, they are also hugely popular among advertisers who are always on the lookout for ad spaces.
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