Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Local News Aggregator Publishing in the Digital Age
Small-town events, police reports, obituaries and many other local-focused news events still get much better coverage from smaller printed newspapers, and these types of news items often aren't printed in online versions.
News has been the staple of the print business for centuries...a far cry from the first print press. Since the world-wide-web came to life, the dead knell of the newspaper industry was pretty much announced. Some services even now provide audio news!
The local news to the fore a modern phenomenon...citizen contribution in journalism, or in short citizen journalism. The presence of bloggers also complicates things for the old model of doing things in the news industry. No longer do people have to take what the editor and his sponsors want them to hear...no longer are people forced to wait, and no longer is the right to control information dissemination the sole privilege of ruling dictators and parties...anyone can be a newspaper, anyone can be a journalist, and anyone, can share his opinion.
The ageing reader still has the time to spend reading their local newspaper but the "money spending" age demographic has slowly changed to getting their news from the internet.
The internet news service has met the time restraint needed that has challenged newspaper readership, as a news source centre, for local news. Online internet newspapers are making traditional newspaper publishers sit up and take notice of the power of "news on the internet".
While other forms of "news" work on the principle that "bigger is best", online internet news services have adopted the fast growing concept of "micro news publishing", that is relevant to local communities via the internet.
While a newspaper costs money, many websites offer free news that only costs the click of a button. That is what is offered by news-collector.com by Andrey Olinevich on Liverpool breaking news. the site is news aggregator. It's collect headlines from different News Services. and this is a statement maker “It took 18 months to get this website up and running since the idea of launching it first emerged. It's been hard work, but I strongly hope that I've been able to accomplish my goal, and this website will be helpful to you. The idea of our website is simple: to aggregate news from other news sources, helping our users to quickly and accurately analyse information.”