1. Audience Control
The audience has greater control over the information it wants.
Stories do not have to follow a predetermined order. They can be structured to allow users to experience it as they wish.
3. Storage and retrieval
Ability to link to public records, databases, archives, and additional information.
4. Unlimited Space
Unlike print or broadcast which is limited by space and time, the web is not constrained by temporal boundaries.
The Internet allow information to be published almost instantaneously.
The integration of text, photos, audio, video, and graphics to tell a story or provide information.
7. Interactivity and User-Generated Content
The user participates in the news process and content creation.