Although more and more people read news on the internet, newspapers will remain the most important source of news. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

In the pace with the advancement of technology, it is commonly recognized that the remarkable improvement of human's living standard. Nowadays, we can read news easily through the Internet and all the news that are under our
fingertips just
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fingertips, just
a click away on the screen to receive it effortlessly.
, some people think that newspapers remain the most essential sources of news than the Internet.
of all
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online reading news
countless fake news and satire sites that public mistake for real new sources, for people can't distinguish the true and false. Many anonymous bloggers pass themselves off as journalists and spread news whose authenticity is hard to verify. They
to give an account or representation of in words
some news repeatedly in order to let the more people tend to believe its content is truthful. Compared with the newspapers, the reliability of newspapers is higher than the Internet as news that publish at newspapers need to be checked by the government.
, newspapers will evolve and focus on background stories and analysis of global events
of breaking new.
For example
, Sunday papers that focus on the news of the week are highly popular in
same parts
the same parts
of the world.It is different with the Internet which is mixed by the various news and without any explanation. In conclusion, either reading
news online
the news online
or through newspapers, as a writer, we must use the objective point of view to analyse the authenticity of news and don't puzzled by the fake information.
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