Journalism has undergone a very important change in recent years, just as have many of the information sectors for the rest. The advent of the internet and the new means of communication therefore forced all journalists, newspapers and editorial offices to adapt to the new needs of their readers: ease of understanding and speed. Hence online journalism, with its pros and cons. In addition to the aforementioned speed and ease, it is necessary to mention the risks such as the dissemination of fake news, a very problematic scourge, which arises to create more visits to the site and have greater earnings. If we ask ourselves precisely where we can make money with an online newspaper, just look at any website, even non-information, and we will immediately notice the presence of advertising, for which companies pay large sums of money. However, although it may seem easier to spread news (and indeed it is), it should be remembered that the online title becomes nothing short of fundamental to make people click on the site.
In confirmation of the paper-online conversion, we see that the major newspapers, born in the absence of the internet, now all have an online page, which now plays a role of primary importance in society.