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    The oldest paper newspaper in the world is going digital. Iraqis still prefer paper

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    The oldest paper newspaper in the world is going digital. Iraqis still prefer paper Empty The oldest paper newspaper in the world is going digital. Iraqis still prefer paper

    Post by Rocky Fri 07 Jul 2023, 6:43 am

    [size=38]The oldest paper newspaper in the world is going digital. Iraqis still prefer paper[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk event: Writer Wayne Robinson said that the world's oldest daily newspaper, the Vienna-based Wiener Zeitung, printed its last edition, 320 years after it first appeared in 1703. A new law by the government allows companies to
    publish Her online notices, rather than being published in newspapers, depriving her of €18m of precious income, are behind the decision.

    The joint editor of the Wiener Zeitung, Thomas Seifert, criticized the Austrian government's move as "an act of media and political vandalism by uncultured barbarians."
    Despite the disappearance of the paper printing of newspapers, Iraq's institutions and writers are still addicted to the paper newspaper, and request that their articles be published in it instead of online.
    Some Iraqi writers still mistakenly believe that paper newspapers still have a large fan base, and therefore publishing their articles in those newspapers can help them reach a wider segment of readers and those interested in their fields, while there are writers who see difficulties in controlling publishing and follow-up techniques. digital.
    Iraqi writers talk about that they still believe that paper newspapers are highly reliable, and therefore publishing articles in those newspapers can contribute to building the reputation of writers and enhance their credibility in the eyes of readers and the public, which is a big mistake because digital documentation is safer, faster and more accurate.
    As the creators of writing see, there are those who believe that seeing their article in a printed paper newspaper gives them a greater sense of personal achievement than the digital version. And they see that this actual presence in the newspaper reflects their success and their status as writers.
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