The Importance Of Print Media

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Media refer to different channels that are used to transmit, store and deliver data or some information from one place to other, one person to other as well as to the masses. This term is also used as mass media. The major forms of media used today are print media and electronic media. The major types of print media are books, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, posters, brochures, press release sec. And electronic media such as the Internet, e-books and tablet readers may be having an effect on the print media sector. newsletters, posters, brochures, press release set.
Books are the oldest medium among all the print media and they are still one of the most widely used among all. These were the books that contributed to the development of
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Print media is easier to use and read which may be why it has not sunk out of our society completely. But, the read availability, convenience and price of digital media means that it may soon replace print media permanently. Data does suggest that digital media is having an influence on the popularity of printed media, and that children are going to grow up to be fond of digital media. Print media is easier to read, but that is just one benefit of print media, where digital media has many benefits. Electronic media such as the Internet, e-books and tablet readers may be having an effect on the print media sector. Thus we can say that both print and electronic media have contributed greatly in the process of mass communication.
Even though the reasons for the decline of print media popularity are unclear, it cannot be argued that digital media is rising. It may be rising as it replaces printed media, or it may be pushing printed media out of the arena. The two factors may be completely unrelated, but given the evidence provided on this essay, and the subsequent analysis and evaluation, I conclude that digital media is influencing print
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