News is the telling of things that are happening, already happened, or is believed or planned to happen in the future. News gives information about what is, what was, and what might come.
You will find that news can be delivered in many different forms, for instance, newspapers, radio and TV broadcasting, word of mouth, telephone, and still more types of media. News can also be the testimony of someone that witnessed an event.
Therefore, there are also many different ways in which we, as a deliverer of news, gather our information. You want to know what is happening now, and we need to provide that information as it happens. For this purpose we rely on reporters, investigators, the public and anybody that gives information on happenings, and then also the Internet.
Topics for news can actually be anything and will include reports about politics, governments, the environment, health, education, sports events, war, fashion, entertainment, anything that people would like to read about and find interesting.
The news covers from sad to happy things, small and big; it might get you laughing and very probably have you crying sometimes.
And, that is what we do at World Analysis; we give you the news, if it is good or if it is bad, we provide you with the relevant information.