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Full text daily newspapers: increasing international availability

François Libmann (F.L.A. Consultants, 27 rue de la Vistule, 75013 Paris, France)

Online Review

ISSN: 0309-314X

Article publication date: 1 May 1992



More and more full‐text daily newspapers are becoming available online. This increase in supply, led by the English‐speaking press, whose language is spoken or at least read by the largest number of people, is linked to several factors. The first of these, naturally, is the development of processing capability which enables large volumes of data to be stored and increases the speed of processing; secondly there is the introduction of new technologies in the newspaper business (photocomposition etc.) which has facilitated the formation of this type of databank. In presenting the online availability of full‐text daily newspapers, the author first identifies the characteristics of the international market, then defines the different components of the reader/newspaper relationship and finally provides a survey, by country, of the titles available throughout the world, analysing the differences between hosts.


Libmann, F. (1992), "Full text daily newspapers: increasing international availability", Online Review, Vol. 16 No. 5, pp. 287-295.




Copyright © 1992, MCB UP Limited

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