Opinion: Long live printed newspapers. Digital won’t work for these readers. There’s no one left to turn to?
As someone who spent nearly two decades in print media, I have a lot of love for newspapers as a medium. However, I am troubled by a lot of the content that is being published nowadays in print and as a result, I feel there is a real need to make sure what gets into print is newsworthy. This article is intended to provide the thinking heads, the smart people, with some thoughts that can, hopefully, make sure new content gets into print.
There are many things that need to be considered when it comes to publishing content in the future. While the idea of e-ink might be a new concept to many, there might be a long way to go for other new technologies. The biggest problem we have with this technology is that the screen is flat and it can’t actually contain all the information that would be needed.
A screen that is flat would mean that information that takes up less space would be easier to publish. This would increase the quality of the information that’s being printed. However, this is only something that might be a possibility in a short amount of time. When there is a flat screen available, there is always the option of printing a large display. This means, however, that this would not be the optimal option for printing, which means, as the world changes, we need to make sure we always consider what is in print first; and in the case of printed newspapers, it’s important to understand the reasons for why people have been printing newspaper for generations and what people don’t realise about this.
When it comes to printing, it would seem that the more space you take up, the more space you lose when it comes to making the newspaper. In other words, the more you make the newspaper, the more it’ll cost to make the newspaper, which means readers are having to pay more and the newspaper is having to make more and more profits. This is not sustainable. That’s why it is important to look at the future of the newspaper and