Jarida

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takardar jarida
product category (en) Fassara
Bayanai
Suna saboda gazzetta (en) Fassara
Karatun ta newspaper studies (en) Fassara
Time of discovery or invention (en) Fassara 1605
Tarihin maudu'i history of newspaper publishing (en) Fassara
Entry in abbreviations table (en) Fassara газ.
Bugu na 1619 na DeNieuwe Tijdinghe.
Photograph of a bespectacled person sitting on a stool with their legs crossed reading a newspaper in the morning
Mutumin da yake karanta jarida

Jarida bugu ne na lokaci-lokaci mai ɗauke da rubutattun bayanai game da abubuwan da ke faruwa a yau kuma galibi ana buga su da tawada baki tare da fari ko launin toka.[1]

Jaridu na iya rufe fannoni daban-daban kamar siyasa, kasuwanci, wasanni da fasaha, kuma sau da yawa sun haɗa da kayan kamar ginshiƙan ra'ayi, hasashen yanayi, sake dubawa na sabis na gida, abubuwan tunawa, sanarwar haihuwa, kalmomin wucewa, zane-zanen edita, zane mai ban dariya, da shawarar ginshiƙai.

Yawancin jaridu kasuwanci ne, kuma suna biyan kuɗin su tare da cakuda kudaden shiga na biyan kuɗi, tallace-tallacen jaridu, da kudaden talla. Kungiyoyin aikin jarida da ke buga jaridu su kansu galibi ana kiransu jaridu.

Ana buga jaridu a al'ada a cikin bugawa (yawanci akan arha, takarda mai ƙarancin daraja da ake kira buga labarai). Duk da haka, a yau yawancin jaridu kuma ana buga su a gidajen yanar gizo a matsayin jaridu na kan layi, kuma wasu sun yi watsi da nau'in buga su gaba ɗaya.

Jarida kenan

Jaridu sun ci gaba a cikin karni na 17, a matsayin takardar bayani ga 'yan kasuwa. A farkon karni na 19, birane da yawa a Turai, da Arewacin Amurka da Kudancin Amurka, sun buga jaridu.

Wasu jaridun da ke da babban ƴancin edita, ingancin aikin jarida, da yawan yaɗuwa ana kallon su azaman jaridun rikodin.[2]

Da shigowar intanet jaridu da yawa yanzu sun zama dijital, tare da gabatar da labaransu a kan layi maimakon a tsarin zahiri, inda a yanzu an sami raguwar tallace-tallace na kwafin jaridu.

Shafin farko na The New York Times on Armistice Day, 1918

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. "A Daily Miracle: A student guide to journalism and the newspaper business (2007)" (PDF). www.nieworld.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 December 2007. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
  2. Plambeck, Joseph (26 April 2010). "Newspaper Circulation Falls Nearly 9%". The New York Times.