The Impact of the Modern Daily Newspaper on Society
Also referred to as dailies, pamphlets, or dispatches, news paper has been around for hundreds of years. It is a daily newspaper usually published in both printed and manuscript formats. The first known news paper was published in Malta in 17 Thucydides. While it is predominantly a newspaper, it has also been known to be a short pamphlet, which was distributed to inhabitants of a certain region or town.
News papers also appeared in Australia, England and the United States. A history of the news paper can be traced in the public libraries all over the world. Today, there are numerous news papers published in different languages. In India, the English Hindi newspaper Tehelka has been running since 1960. Pakistan’s leading English Hindi daily newspaper, Dawn, has been running since 1965.
In the United Kingdom, the first English-language daily newspaper started operating in April 1827. It was started by Rev. James Wharton as the first English newspaper in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The name was changed to the now famous Daily Telegraph after Wharton’s death.} The Daily Telegraph, the Financial Times and the Australian Financial Review are three of the top-performing English-language daily newspapers in the world. All three offer a wide range of content on a variety of topics. They continue to provide breaking news stories, feature stories, reviews, sports stories, business news, environment news, travel news, business reports, science news and entertainment news.