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With printed newspapers losing subscribers daily, people are finding additional options to stay up-to-date with their news. Newspaper sales reached their peak in 1970 when approximately 62 million newspapers were sold in the country daily. Conversely, with the populace within the United States on the rise, newspapers sales are not keeping up. It is estimated that approximately 55 million newspapers are sold daily.
In the 1920's an average newspaper purchased per household peaked at 1.3. In the 1970's that figure started to dip to below 1 paper per house. By the year 2000, the number dropped to.53 newspapers per household.
One reason is that people just don't read just as much as they used to. People seem to be busier then ever and just do not take the time to read anymore.
Many are switching their news habits by watching the big three network news and cable news programs in place of the newspaper. With numerous options on television news, it seems that there's a news station for every taste.
While many "older" adults still prefer newspapers, "young" adults have seemed to prefer to get their news from the net. TV news still is the most accessed news source, though the internet is quickly becoming the favorite source of news, especially in the form of news blogs, news portals and online newspapers.
Online news is gaining popularity every day. Just about any major newspaper has a version of an online newspaper. Pioneers like Mike Drudge are already leading the way in independent news providers. And there are countless news blogs across the web.
Part of what makes news blogs so popular is that they may be used as being an RSS feed. This permits the news feed to be used on other blogs through the web and also allows the news feed to be read by many more viewers. People also love news blogs because you can leave comments which creates a dialogue on the story which is a good way to feel like you are a included in the story.
Although newspapers may be on the decline, it won't mean that folks have stopped reading the news, only where they read their news from. So it appears that in case you are not getting your news online, you could soon be within the minority.
The scenario is normal for some of us...we return from office, swap channels after channels and acquire some quick snap shots of the-latest news coverage. But then, what bothers us the most is the advertisements that pop up after every few minutes and frankly speaking, we don't have the time for you to sit for such a long time so to catch up with the headlines. So what's the way out?
News blogs! Yeah, you heard it right; with news coverage blogs you may indeed catch up with any type of news. These kinds of blogs provide you an opportunity to choose blogs specific to their local news interests or may be even news associated with your latest sports or hobbies. It's true that the older generations will go in for the newspapers but then these kinds of blogs have turned out to be the recent craze among the youngsters. Actually, you will be pleased to know that the older generation is also planning to switch over to this new sort of blog.
There are innumerable news coverage blogs that are used as RSS feeds. This implies that the news may be posted on several blogs as well as your readers can post their comments as well. You can even post comments on them. By way of example, if you find any interesting event in which case you can post your valuable comments then and there. News blogs has turned out to be immensely popular and you'll be pleased to understand that the key newspapers have introduced their very own personal blogs so as to make sure that they don't lose any of their valuable customers.
You can also create your personal news blog posts. All you may need to do is carry out an intensive research on any news topic that appeals you. Next, you need to post the news as a blog entry. Make certain you update the information and post reply to the received comments also. In simple words, you are no longer limited to newspaper or television channels. You instead write news story blogs or create your own.