The Internet is an omnivorous innovation of the century that it is engulfing traditional businesses, library shops, newspapers and what not! For the newspaper, the relationship between internet growth and newspaper publication is absolutely negative. The Internet grows, newspapers’ popularity goes down. Internet undermined newspapers’ necessity. People read it online in social media and portals. However, will the newspaper have the same fortune the music business has had? No matter what the probabilities are, Microsoft wants to do something for the future of the newspaper industry. Hence, Microsoft is working on newspaper-revitalisation.
People actually want to listen to music and read newspapers, but do not want to purchase them. Thusly, newspaper publishers are in precarious condition. Revenues in the sector are plummeting. In fact, there is not even any fluctuation. Consequently, this whole industry is bogging down.
Newspaper organizations were trying to solve a maze that what is the real problem. However, they figured out that people actually want to read local newspapers but only digitally. Consequently, a small media company in the Pacific Northwest teamed up with Microsoft to remake the recipe. These two companies are working to provide news via Windows 10 tablets.
The tech giant is working with a media company from Seattle, Pioneer News Group. The company owns 23 daily and weekly newspapers. The news media offers 8-inch Windows tablets to its readers. Readers can subscribe news along with the Windows tablets for $15 per month, for a year. Additionally, subscribers are not only paying for the tablets, but also they will get a print version of the Sunday paper as part of the subscription.