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  1. 1. WILL NEWS PAPER INDUSTRY die ?
  2. 2. , said Nick Bilton, a technologist for The Times, "but it's just a device. Replacing it with pixels is a better experience." "Paper is dying"
  3. 3. Is it true? How are the facts?
  4. 4. The following data are based on survey from more than accounting for more than Supported by: Zenith Optimedia, IPSOS, ComScore, the Pew Research Center, RAM and the ITU of the global industry's value countries,70 90%
  5. 5. THE FUTURE MOBILE IS number one
  6. 6. 8 10of smartphone users check their device within 15 minutes of waking up. It's a fight for audience's attention and mobile has it.
  7. 7. Global consumer spend an average of almost 2.2 hours per day - 97 min with mobile - 37 min with tablet Total: 37% of Media Time Television time Desktop time Radio time Print time 81' 70' 44' 33'
  8. 8. 53% March 2015, more than Resource: Newspaper Association of America who use only mobile devices to consume newspaper digital content
  9. 9. PRINT CIRCULATION SETS IN WEST RISES IN EAST number two
  10. 10. 2.7 billion 770 million people around the world read newspaper in print. More than on desktop digital platforms 86% 82%83% Percentage of all adults in one country read newspapers on some platform Australia UK Chile
  11. 11. The newspaper business in India is still the healthiest print newspaper industry in the world
  12. 12. Middle East & Africa Asia Latin America North America Europe Australia & Oceania Data from 2014 from a year earlier, showing the growth of newspaper industries in some continents: 9.8% 1.2 0.6 -1.3 -4.5 -5.3
  13. 13. "What's going on in the news business is a lot like what's happened with music," "that free distribution of content through the internet has caused 'a total collapse of the business model'" said editor Paul Steiger, a 43 years journalism veteran
  14. 14. PRINT PAYS STILL number three
  15. 15. 97% of all newspaper revenues still come from print and print will continue to be a major source of revenue for many years to come. Revenue data from print media
  16. 16. Revenue data from digital media in forecast to the next five years (2014 - 2019) 8 54
  17. 17. Comparison between both in annual ad revenue (in billion of US dollars) digital revenue print revenue year
  18. 18. Revenue in 2014: US$ 179 billion (circulation & advertising) print + digital: 92 billion advertising: 87 billion
  19. 19. Okay with all of the facts. Indeed how is the role of NEWSPAPERin human history?
  20. 20. The newspaper has influenced public opinions in America to gain full political independence. A newspaper has played a central role in national affairs. Many historical events reported accurately bringing journalism into force and open the society awareness of their national life. Not only political-economical-governmental issues, newspaper also has provided their contributions to one life's story personally. Access to local news plays vital part of democratic process
  21. 21. Conclusion & Consequences The rising of technology era has transformed many readers from print to digital newspaper sources. The biggest revenue in ad still from print, though it's declined. But digital media is raising. Many newspaper offices shut down. Even many masthead editors lose their jobs. Lose the office = lose the opportunity to come down the street. Digital start-ups emerge to help for new innovations in the industry.
  22. 22. Humans throughout history have proved themselves with many brilliant innovations during the crisis. So, there is a measure of hope in the industry to come. "When written in Chinese, the word 'crisis' is composed of two characters. One represent danger, the other opportunity." John F. Kennedy
  23. 23. "The health of newspaper is also undermined by the actions of us, especially by a phenomenon such as paid news that strikes at the very root of an independent press" Ravindra Kumar, the president of the Indian Newspapers Society
  24. 24. Resources http://www.wan-ifra.org/press-releases/2015/06/01/world- press-trends-newspaper-revenues-shift-to-new-sources http://www.thewhy.com/epitaph-newspapers/ http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-25979302 http://www.historicpages.com/nprhist.htm http://www.journalism.org/2015/04/29/newspapers-fact- sheet/

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