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Why Digital Journalism Is Overpowering Traditional Journalism

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Why Digital Journalism Is Overpowering Traditional Journalism

Why Digital Journalism Is Overpowering Traditional Journalism

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Journalism has revolutionized in the past decade with the increasing use of the internet. If we talk only about India, there are 500 million internet users. Thus, slowly and steadily digital journalism is taking over traditional journalism.

What is Traditional Journalism?

Journalism using old-school methods and mediums is called traditional journalism. For example, daily and midday newspapers, weekly magazines, etc. are mediums of this type of journalism.

What is Digital Journalism?

Digital journalism, also known as online journalism, is the modern approach of journalism. Instead of using traditional mediums, journalists use digital platforms to relay news such as e-newspaper, websites, blogs, etc.

Digital Journalism vs. Traditional Journalism:

To understand how digital journalism is taking over traditional journalism, it is necessary to understand the difference between both, so let’s begin:

Why is digital journalism overpowering traditional journalism?

Clearly due to its characteristic of being:

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If after some years, you see newspapers are no longer in use, there would not be any surprise. In fact, the era of digital journalism has started replacing traditional journalism at rapid speed.


11 Sep 2020

Post by : NIMCJ