All-Digital Format Newspaper – News Paper
A newspaper, also known as a broadsheet or a mass-market paper, is an ordinary piece of newspaper that is published in both normal paper sizes and also folded versions for easier handling. It may be easily stored in a desk drawer as it is not that thick. It is printed on a low-cost commercial printing equipment and its binding is usually by way of a simple taut sheet of cloth with a hinge on its back. Most newspapers are published for several different local dailies or for the entire country. The major difference between a broadsheet and a normal paper is that the former features advertisements on its pages. This has made it even more popular amongst the masses.
In early years, the mass-market papers preferred to be circulated widely and freely given out to all, but with time the need for a newspaper that was published in a restricted area has also arisen and this made the English-language newspaper industry slowly come to an end. The bulk of the news papers were then published in the UK in the cities of Yorkshire, Staffordshire, and Manchester, and in the rest of the country in counties such as West Yorkshire and Durham. In recent years, the English-language broadsheets have again come into wide circulation, mostly due to the fact that the wholesale printing market for newspapers has now closed down. However, there are now many websites offering free circulation to a limited number of newspapers, mostly in the metropolitan areas of London and the South London.
All the four major British newspapers now serve their customers with online news websites, which is known as eWires. The website allows the customers of the English-language newspapers to directly send their feeds to the servers of the publishers. The service allows the user to have an all-digital format newspaper right at his/her fingertips without any extra charge.