How News Articles Have Changed
Accept this – at a time when news is spreading on social networks such as Twitter, Facebook or other channels as quickly as fingers can print, news articles are no longer the main source of information about the latest news, although some articles fall into this category.
News articles today are more self-confident than journalistic ones, because journalism is published in real time through RSS feeds and social networks.
What remains of traditional publications, even traditional Internet publications, is the creation of news articles with an abundance of opinions and beliefs to display news articles that encourage readers to comment for or against the author.
This is what the press articles say today. Because they spend time writing and researching, and long before the letter is completed, raw information gets to those who want to stay informed.
The Internet is open and active 24 hours a day, and news is received by those who are interested in the topic, usually a few moments after the news arrives in the editorial office, and long before the article is created and published in the media.
Of course, this does not mean that news articles have lost their value, it means that they have become more valuable and they have become immeasurably more difficult to write. Unless, of course, you create landfills or recycle things.
Today, in writing a news column, the author usually assumes that the public, or at least the part of the public that will be most interested in the topic, is already aware of the news in its form. Therefore, the repetition of information by third parties will not receive a proper assessment or reaction from readers.
Because users can now post their opinions on the same page where the news section is posted, the author runs the risk of receiving negative comments if the news section is not filled properly and does not reflect the reader’s feelings. This means that more research is needed to create media articles that can attract the audience and hold its attention for more than three seconds and up to three minutes thereafter. The work of “three seconds” is done by name, and the rest should be done by a writer who works hard and demonstrates skill.
Thus, there are several categories of news that have no direct or indirect impact on business and therefore cannot be categorized as news – and what they cover, from show business to political business, these news nourish our daily lives.