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USA Newspapers, Radio, TV
American Newspapers, Radio and TV channels are serving on a large scale. Several companies own the copyrights of their published material. It is spreading and many companies have merged with each other, thus making multinational media. They are running as per rules devised by the American Federal Government. Some industries have also monopoly all over the media. According to an estimate made by the Reporters without Borders, in 2012, the US was at the 47th number among 179 nations slowing down the progress.
Many of the American Radio stations are private and commercial. The NPR (National Public Radio) is the public radio station. Radio broadcasting in the USA has been categorized into FM and AM. Satellite Radio is also getting a great favor day by day. Two largest Satellite Radio Stations are Sirius Satellite Radio & XM Satellite Radio. Presently, their merger has taken place into Sirius XM Radio. Earlier in 1970, FCC (Federal Communications Commission) was allowed to issue one license of FM and AM to one company on a local level while 7 AM and FM Radio Stations were allowed on a national level.
There are four main Television Broadcasting Companies in the United States namely:
NBC (National Broadcasting Company),
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System),
ABC (The American Broadcasting Company) &
FPT (Fox Public Television)
A report shows that there are 99% American families that own one TV at least whereas there are many families that have more than one television at home.
The progress of newspaper in the USA has slowed down. There is no national newspaper and the most popular and sold newspapers are The New York Times & The Wall Street Journal. Other less famous newspapers are The Los Angeles Times and USA Today. Some of the local newspapers are published once a week and used by people of the rural areas. Evening newspapers have declined to a greater extent since 1970, however, the Morning newspapers and the ones sold on Sundays have more sales.
If we compare the number of newspapers in the United States, we will come to know that 1772 daily newspapers were sold in 1950, but the publicity of newspapers has declined to 1480 in 2000.
The use of the internet for news, information, audio visual programs and online business tends to go up. Some websites offer to be browsed free of charge while some sites do not allow the whole content to be accessible to the public freely. They get a specific amount from the visitors of their website.

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