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Changing Forms of Content

The media industry has evolved in interesting ways. Consider this: in ancient times, before the golden age of the newspaper, scribes (people whose jobs were to copy documents and books before the printing press was invented), were essentially early journalists recording events as they happened – not necessarily general gossip as it is today, and the “news” was not for the general population. News sheets, though, started being distributed in Venice in the 15th century, and later, in the 16th century, Germany started printing newspapers.

  • News sheets, though, started being distributed in Venice in the 15th century, and later, in the 16th century, Germany started printing newspapers.

Fast forward 2017, and we consume media stories in different and interesting ways. The internet has further revolutionized news dissemination which has seen print media consumption go down. Now, news and feature stories are available to anyone who has access to the internet.

The digital media is constantly changing to serve up news in interesting ways: Mobile phone apps with personalized content for consumers, videos, podcasts, slideshows, and currently, live news videos.

news and feature stories are available to anyone who has access to the internet.

 

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