While more individuals have access to the Internet, traditional newspapers, in the opinion of many traditionalists, will remain the primary source of news. I vehemently oppose this viewpoint.
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News through the Internet source has become more popular because of the speed and convenience in this digital age. First of all, the Internet can offer real- time news as it happens, every day of the year, 24 hours a day. As long as I have my laptop or Smartphone with me, I can connect to the Internet almost instantaneously, browse websites, and get the news sources of my choice from across the world. Second, there are more people with access to the Internet than ever before, and this development seems to be continuing. As the Internet becomes more widely accessible, more people will start to rely on it as their primary source of news.
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Newspapers, in contrast, have shortcomings that limit their appeal. Using newspapers as a primary news source has some drawbacks, including considerable costs. Newspaper publishers are forced to contend with declining circulation numbers as a result of the free news that is available online. To reverse this trend, some newspapers have now launched online editions in addition to their print counterparts. The quantity of paper used in their manufacture is another drawback of newspapers. There is a growing mass of public opinion that opposes purchasing newspapers because doing so requires cutting down trees and shipping them to paper mills. Even if this might not be a big impact right now, the environmental argument will almost surely gain momentum in the future.
In conclusion, I would contend that as the usage of the Internet for news access increases, newspapers will continue to lose significance.
Vehemently – in a way that shows very strong feelings, especially anger
Instantaneously – immediately
Rely – to need or depend on somebody/something
Shortcoming – a fault in somebody’s character, a plan, a system, etc.
Momentum – the ability to keep increasing or developing
Accessible – that can be reached, entered, used, seen, etc.