The world's media are experiencing a new step of development. If you have previously information disseminated by publications or through television newscasts, now became even more extensive capabilities through web. So Makar, work the Web provides modern publishing centers not only expanded the audience, and a very decent income, which may at times exceed that these centers make, spreading printed materials.
Certainly, the print media is very difficult to compete with the Web. Circumstances, this can be called immediately a few. In 1-x, information the Web is distributed at high speed. The event, which came out a couple of minutes back, instantly becomes the property of an audience of millions of users of the Global Network. The data can be distributed automatically, duplicated social networks, making the flow of information in real snowball, which rapidly grows in size.
In-2, Web allows readers to not only receive information, and to respond to it. This is a striking example of interactivity. In the end, readers can participate fully in the development of a holistic view of this or the other person, who spoke with a certain statement, correct the work of press corps, to become co-authors of materials. For obvious reasons, the printing press can not make an interactive environment. Discussion of real time increasing interest in the publication, and means Ratings and increases its yield.
B-3, the development of the Web — it is also a powerful blow to political censorship. Not every print edition will assume the responsibility to publish materials that one way or another related to errors in the government, critics management of large companies. After all, in most cases, these publications have themselves through the help coming from certain businesses, and even directly from local budgets. In this regard, work Media on the Web — it's a big leap toward true freedom of the press, which for so many years in this country want. In blogs, information sites, Web feeds can be found with the data that is unlikely to be able to find a reflection in the pages of printed newspapers or magazines.