It is indisputable that news has become part of our life. Due to advanced technology and the internet, it is argued that newspapers will become extinct in the near future, while I disagree with this approach as it is the most reliable source of information.
To embark on it, there are multifarious reasons why I believe that the physical newspapers will continue. First and foremost, the internet is not much used by the elderly. So, they rely on the printed newspaper for getting updated. For instance, in the survey of Times of India showed that 60% of newspaper readers are aged people and they do not have adequate knowledge about the internet. As a result, the printed newspapers will retain its popularity among the people. Another is, it is very cheaper and handy. What I mean, people can buy newspapers for spending a travel time as they read it on the bus or train. Furthermore, the internet is expensive as compared to newspapers and some regions do not have a proper internet connection. Hence, people of these regions will definitely rely on the printed newspaper.
Another point to consider is that information is accurate and true in the physical newspapers rather than on the internet. In other words, journalists find proper news and put some efforts to make articles, then after it is corrected by many sources before publishing. Consequently, most of the people would prefer to read newspapers. Moreover, if individuals read newspapers, then it would be beneficial to them. It is better to read in physical newspapers than on the computer screen. Hence, the eyes of people will not be affected by traditional newspapers.
In conclusion, although in the fast pace world, e-news has gained popularity, printed newspapers will not be disappeared in the future. Thus, I believe that printed newspapers will be the main source of information in the future.