Accessing Digital News Archives: A Case Study among JournalistsAuthor : P. K. Sreekala and M. D. Baby
Volume 9 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 125-128
Newspapers play a vital role in the dissemination of information. A newspaper library is a repository of information required by the journalists, administrative and management staffs. The newspaper libraries are in the process of digital archiving in order to preserve the news and views for future. The article highlights the study conducted among journalists working with leading Malayalam newspapers in Kozhikode /district, Kerala. The study reveals the need and importance of digital archiving of newspapers and also the utilisation of library sources and services.
Newspaper Libraries, Digital Archiving, Digital News Archives, Journalists
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