What's the difference between Media and Press, I think that press for newspapers and media for TV, can anyone give us details about that?
"The press" is used to describe both reporters and news outlets or media. It would make sense that "the press," at some point, referred exclusively to reporters for paper-based news media (because they're produced using printing presses) and also to that news medium itself, but it seems to be used for reporters representing any news media nowadays, as well as for the media.
To throw a little grammar into the mix, "media" is plural and refers to all the news media: magazine, newspaper, Internet, TV, radio, etc. Each of those is a news "medium." To me, that's the more interesting part.
So, to summarize, "the press" is typically used to refer to the people who gather the news, but can also refer to news outlets. News "media" are ways of distributing news.
from yahoo answer: "Press" generally refers to print media (i.e. off the printing press) like newspapers and magazines. "Media" is a broader term that includes TV, radio, Internet etc. People often use them interchangeably though especially as we get more and more media conglomerates that own newspapers and other "non-press" media as well - most newspapers now have online editions including videos, etc. As many people no longer get their news from newspapers, the term "press" will probably migrate to mean all major media sources.
so media is basically related to the internet or any medium through which we get information on various topics and can also be used for entertainment purposes. press is basically the group of ppl who do extensive research on various topics and and conduct various interviews such that the information found out by them is displayed on media .so media is basically a medium through which information is shared.