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These media now pay more attention to online publications or at least boost their presence in the internet.
Over the years not only print-runs of ethnic minority periodicals has decreased, but also their number has declined.
For comparison, in the beginning of the 20th century in the Ottoman Empire (including outside Constantinople) more than 15 Armenian periodicals were published, whereas currently there only two dailies in Armenian language : In Turkey currently Jamanak and Nor Marmara dailies are published (both in Western Armenian language), the Agos weekly (in Western Armenian and Turkish), as well as a number of magazines such as Paros, Luys, Shoghakat, Lraber, etc.
The websites of printed Armenian media are launched.
The official website of Istanbul-published Agos is especially noteworthy as it represents an information-rich and up-to-date news site.