Newspapers are scheduled print publications that are divided into sections focusing on local and national news, business, entertainment, sports, society, and crime. There may also be editorial sections and classified ads where subscribers can look for jobs or post their items for sale. Newspapers may be issued on a daily or weekly basis and may be local, national, or international. Publishers earn revenue through advertising and subscriber fees.
International news, or world news, is defined as news about events that occur in a foreign country. The InternationalNews.us website features a discussion of how the news media categorizes world news. The site also includes links to subscription news services, network news and cable news sources, news wires, overseas news sources, and financial news sources. Visitors can browse through a broad selection of news and editorial information resources from around the world.
Desktop publishers help produce books, brochures, calendars, magazines, newsletters, newspapers, and forms by using computer software to format text, data, photographs, charts, and other graphic art into prototypes. After formatting the prototype, desktop publishers print it on a high-resolution printer or send it to a commercial printer. Specifically, desktop publishers design and create graphics, find and edit photographs and digital images, and manipulate text and image layouts.