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As time passes , the power of newspapers seems to be on the increase. This is odd because in the relatively recent past people were predicting that the influence of the written word would diminish in direct proportion to the rate of increase of the spoken word and moving image through TV and video. The Internet, cable and satellite television, Teletext and multi-media computers in every other home should surely have done for newspapers by now, particularly alongside a perceptible resurgence in the audiences for news-carrying radio stations.

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As time passes , It seems that the power of newspapers seems to be is on the increase. This is odd because in the relatively recent past, people were predicting that the influence of the written word would diminish in direct proportion to the rate of increase of the spoken word and moving image through on TV. and video. The Internet, cable and satellite television, Teletext and multi-media computers in every other home should surely have done for were also expected to lead/contribute to the decline of newspapers by now, particularly alongside a perceptible resurgence in the audiences for popularity of news -carrying radio stations.
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The Internet, cable and satellite television, Teletext and multi-media computers in every other home should surely have done for newspapers by now, particularly alongside a perceptible resurgence in the audiences for news-carrying radio stations.(This sentence is incomplete. "The Internet, cable and satellite television, Teletext and mullti-media computers in every other home should surely have done for newspapers..." They have done what?)