TITLE

A Paperless Newsproduct for a New Century

AUTHOR(S)
Wiley, Gale
PUB. DATE
January 1994
SOURCE
Journalism Educator;Winter94, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p89
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
iThe article focuses on the paperless newsproducts called the electronic newspapers. Today, a handful of newspapers across the U.S. are delivering their news on-line. Some papers sell their news content to big on-line services like Prodigy and America OnLine Inc. Others use bulletin board software to offer news. In recent years, newspapers have shown increasing interest in paperless newspapers that would not require a sophisticated computer but a simple wireless pad which have the look of a newspaper. The electronic newspaper tablets will be available to customers. The tablets will use little powers and will have high quality resolution and better brightness.
ACCESSION #
14514823

 

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