This in turn had an adverse effect over the global newspaper publishing industry.
The media scene in Bangladesh was not much different from that across the globe.
The wake of 21st century saw the internet revolution in Bangladesh progressing in its full swing.
Yeah, it is true that most of the leading dailies of Bangladesh who had their circulation in lakhs has now dropped to thousands.
That being said, there are a lot of small time newspapers who have adapted themselves to the digital revolution.
These newspapers are reporting a considerable number of circulation. CTG times OnlineCoxs Bazar News is an online news portal that is based out of Coxs Bazar, Chittagong.
The role played by these newspapers will always remain in the history of print media across the globe.
Since the pre-independence era, newspapers have been popular in Bangladesh.
In fact, at one point in the 1990s, the oldest newspaper in Bangladesh, Daily Ittefaq had a circulation of a whopping 450,000 copies.
Things started taking a U-turn with the onset of the 21st century.
Most of the publishing companies in Bangladesh are currently giving immense importance to their digital footprint.
Compared to other countries where the onset of digital revolution has weakened the print press, the print media in Bangladesh still remains influential.
It is interesting to note that though the circulation of newspapers has reduced drastically over the past 10 years, the print industry still survives.
It is true that the Bangladesh print media industry is running out of steam and the industry experts predict that it would survive for a maximum of 2 more decades!
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