Which one do you prefer?

Today I took part in the English workshop where I regularly participate. This time it was my turn to be a leader for the meeting, so I had prepared an article.

The article I had picked up was the following: Newsweek to end its print edition

There's a large variety of sources to know what's going on in the world; such as papers, TV or Internet. I'm ashamed to say, but I rarely read newspapers in Japanese. Rather than that, I make a point of reading and watching news in English. As to papers, I'm subscribered to The Japan Times Weekly. I don't have political nor economical knowledge at my fingertips, but I've been glommed onto reading it.
I, of course, surf several websites such as CNN, BBC and The Time as well. As you know, they-papers, Internet and TV etc- have relatively good points and bad points. I try to use them on my feet.

Anyway, when it comes to knowing news, it's to be kept constantly in mind that I shouldn't stick to only one source but see things in various lights.

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