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Newspaper Science Pages

Newspapers, especially daily newspapers, organize their content into separate sections. Common sections include local news, business, sports, and lifestyle. Some sections appear daily, while others may appear on a weekly or biweekly basis. Organizing newspapers into sections serves several purposes, including facilitating reader navigation of the material. People interested primarily in business coverage or sports news can turn directly to those pages. Newspapers are able to sell advertising into these separate sections to help advertisers reach a specialized and engaged audience. For example, home and garden sections are common weekly segments, and newspapers can sell ad space in that section to companies that wish to market products—from lumber to lawn services—to an interested, involved audience. Organizing content into sections also allows newspapers to highlight content ...

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