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  1. 1. Difference betweenE-Edition & Web Edition of Newspaper Presented By: Mann Jott
  2. 2. Newspaper ?A newspaper is a scheduled publicationcontaining news of current events,informative articles, diverse features &advertising. It is usually printed onrelatively inexpensive, low-grade papersuch as newsprint.
  3. 3. Origin of NewspaperThe history of newspapers is arguably one of the mostdramatic episodes of human experience. The actualorigin of newspapers lies in the Europe when localmerchants used to distribute handwritten newslettersamongst each other. However it was not until the late1400’s when Germany introduced the precursors ofprinted newspapers. Since then newspapers haveevolved dramatically and today there are more than6580 daily newspapers in the World.
  4. 4. cont….A wide variety of material has been published innewspapers, including editorialopinions, criticism, persuasion ; entertainmentfeatures such as crosswords, Sudoku andhoroscopes; weather news and forecast, food andother columns; reviews ofradio, movies, television, plays and restaurants;classified ads; display ads, radio and televisionlistings, editorial cartoons and comic strips.
  5. 5. Origin of newspaper in IndiaThe history of newspapers in India is equallyinteresting. The introduction of newspapers in Indiawas hastened by the spreading sense globalizationamongst the countrymen who wished to beinformed about the recent events in the world. Thefirst newspaper of the country was introduced inCalcutta (Kolkata). The newspaper titled CalcuttaGeneral Advertise during the 1780’s. In the years tocome India was the establishment of anothernewspaper daily in the form of Bombay Heraldfollowed closely by Bombay Courier…..
  6. 6. cont….Although there was a flurry of English broadsheetsduring the eighteenth century, newspapers inregional languages made its way much later duringthe second half of the nineteenth century. In the yearsto come India was the establishment of anothernewspaper daily in the form of Bombay Heraldfollowed closely by Bombay Courier. Although therewas a flurry of English broadsheets during theeighteenth century, newspapers in regional languagesmade its way much later during the second half ofthe nineteenth century..…
  7. 7. cont….First on the list were two Bengali newspapers calledSamachar Darpan and Bengal Gazette while the firstHindi newspaper was Samachar Sudha Varshan. TheHindu newspaper which was launched as acompetitor of Madras Mail became the first nationalnewspaper of the country. Soon it became the voiceof the nation during the establishment period. Sincethen many newspapers have been introduced out ofwhich newspapers dailies like Times of India, TheTelegraph, Hindu, Hindustan Times, The statesman,Economic Times, The Tribune etc have become thehighest circulated newspapers of the country.
  8. 8. Four Criteria of NewspapersPublicity: Its contents are reasonably accessible tothe public.Periodicity: It is published at regular intervals.Currency: Its information is up to date.Universality: It covers a range of topics.
  9. 9. Types Daily Newspaper Weekly Newspaper National Newspaper Regional Newspaper International Newspaper Online/Digital edition of Newspaper(E-Edition & Web Edition)
  10. 10. Digital EditionA digital edition is an online newspaper delivered inelectronic form which is formatted identically to theprint version. Digital editions have the benefit ofreduced cost to the publisher and reader by avoidingthe time and expense to print and deliver like a paperedition. This format is considered moreenvironmentally friendly due to the reduction ofpaper and energy use. These editions also oftenfeature interactive elements such as hyperlinks ,searching and bookmarking, and can also incorporatemultimedia such as video or animation to enhancearticles themselves or for advertisements…..
  11. 11. cont….An online newspaper, also known as a webnewspaper. It is a newspaper that exists on theWorld Wide Web or Internet, either separately or asan online version of a printed periodical. Onlinenewspapers are much like hard-copy newspapersand have the same legal boundaries, such as lawsregarding libel, privacy and copyright, also apply toonline publications in most countries.
  12. 12. Types of Online Newspaper E-Edition Web Edition
  13. 13. E-Editiono The e-edition is a digital version of the complete newspaper.o The e-edition is laid out just like print edition of the newspaper, including all photographs, illustration and advertisements.o Preserves the look and feel of the printed paper.
  14. 14.  Virtually all printed newspapers have online editions. Such as Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, Indian Express and The New Indian Express.
  15. 15. Web-Editiono It is a newspaper that exists on the World Wide Web or Internet, separately from a printed periodical.o It includes brief stories of news, photographs, related videos, interlinked web pages and file transfer.
  16. 16.  Web-based "newspapers" have started to appear, such as the Southport Reporter and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in the UK which stopped publishing in print after 149 years in March 2009 and went online only. The E-Edition is a paper that does not have any hard copy connections. An example of this is an independent web only newspaper, introduced in the UK in 2000, called the Southport Reporter . Web Edition is a newspaper that is not produced or run in any format other than soft-copy on the internet by its publishers.
  17. 17. E-Edition v/s Web Edition E-Edition Web Edition Preserve the look and  It presents news in a feel of the printed format much like a paper. website.o Appeal more to o It appeals more to people like to the people like to reading traditional layout of a online news material. printed newspaper.o Less expensive as o More expensive compare to Web edition of newspaper.
  18. 18. E-Edition Web Editiono It is laid out just like o It includes brief stories print edition of the of news, photographs, newspaper, including related videos, all interlinked web pages photographs, illustrati and file transfer. on and advertisements. o It is network ofo Usually focus on one networks means series particular geographic of interconnected area where most of computer that transmit their readers live. data all over the world.
  19. 19. E-Edition Web Edition Reader can just readout  Reader can search and the news. forward stories to friends and colleagues.  It may carry various It may carry information about information and sports, society sources such as , entertainment by electronic mail, online using sources like chat, file transfer, photographs, advertise interlinked web pages ment, art and and other sources of comics, etc. WWW.
  20. 20. E-Edition Web Edition It is a digital version of  It is a newspaper that the complete exists on the World newspaper. Wide Web or Internet General interest is on separately from a often feature articles printed periodical. on political events, crime, business  Main focus is on the , art, society interest of the reader. , entertainment and sports.  Reader can read only in Reader can translate in the available language. seconds into any type of dozens of language
  21. 21. E-Edition Web Edition News are published day  It is updated 24 7 . by day.  Electronic publication A copy of printed methods such as RSS are newspapers are publicated used to reach out to daily on the internet. readers and inform them when new digital editions Almost all printed are available. newspaper have E-  Very few newspaper have Edition. web edition. E.g are Times of India,  E.g are , The Los Angeles Hindustan Times , The Times, The Washington Hindu, Indian Express and Post, USA Today, and The The New Indian Express. New York Times.
  22. 22. Common Featureso It is published at regular intervals.oIts information is up to date.oIt covers a range of topics.oLess expensive than printed newspaper.oBoth are portable, reusable and can be stored.