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Electronic Media Vs Print Media

As in other countries, there are two categories of mass media in Bangladesh- print media and electronic media. Bangladesh has made good progress in its struggle to establish democracy. Progress is also there in the newspaper industry. During 2004 and 2005 there are a good number of electronic media came to entertains the viewers.

1. Illiterate people can not read the news paper, So they cannot know the by print Media but By electronic media illiterate people can know the news. 2. Print media newspaper and newspaper published in a fixed time in everyday, so we cannot know the very recent news by newspapers but by electronic media we can know the very recent news because in every moment TV news held. 3. By electronic media we can see everything live and we can enjoy the videos but in printing media we cannot see everything live, just can see the still pictures only. 4. There are many entertainment programs is electronic media but in printing media we can not entertain. 5. We have to buy newspaper every day but we can watch TV news or radio news every one hour. 6. By print media we can know all the circulation but in electronic media we can not no any kind of detailed circulation. 7. By Print media we can know all the results of any exam or any lottery but in electronic media we can not know any kind of results briefly. 8. Internet, Mobile telecommunication, satellite communication has more user than the print media and has no geographical boundaries and more available. 9. Sometimes in electronic media create bad effects on our young generation but printing media don’t create any bad effect. 10. By electronic medias advertising people affected more than print medias advertising because of the sound and musics.

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