Declined Print Publications – A New Era For News Paper Readers
Newspapers are one of the most dominant and famous publications that have made immense waves in the Australian community. The business of printing news paper has flourished over decades and is now one of the largest employers in Australia. Even though the commercial value of newspapers has declined as the online media has become more popular, they still play an important role in shaping the economic development of the country. This is because the bulk of Australian population still opts for reading news on a daily basis and this has remained the same for the last few decades.
It was in February this year when the Daily Mail Australia published controversial advertisements regarding the Federal government’s Medicare scheme. Several individuals were irate, especially after they discovered that they would not be able to access the Medicare supplement of their choice in the traditional newspaper. However, this problem can easily be sorted out by contacting the newspaper directly and making arrangement for the reprint of the matter pertaining to your interest.
Another significant development in the news paper industry is the decision of major newspapers to cease print publication of the Financial Express Australia. Though there is a possibility of resuming the publication of the paper after six months, the publisher will definitely make it clear to its readers that the venture is going ahead. The decision to stop the publication of the Financial Express Australia was due to the fact that the publisher felt that there is more chance of achieving higher profits in the online medium of communication. The chief editor of the Financial Express Australia, John doubly confirmed the decision to the news media while speaking at the Australian Business Week Festival. He also added that he does not foresee any significant change in the way the news is published in the English-language newspaper.