I was able to analyse that media articles are short and precise consisting of a theory or a research carried out by a group of researchers. The media article consists of key variables and each information has an association with the facts as they originally were. However, the article does not provide a complete look within the perspectives of the topic selected that is there are various loop holes within the report (Briana 2014). On the other hand, scholarly articles are delivered in a way that they do not leave behind any sort of loop holes. The reader is able to understand the research being carried out and the results that the study found. The same can be explained from the fact that on observing both the articles, there had been difference in the format of articles. The media article consisted of five major elements. These elements are headline, by-line, leading paragraph, explanation, and extra information. As mentioned before the headline is short and is an attention seeker, “Scientists made worms that cannot get drunk”. Byline provided detail about the source of the article. The leading paragraph provided a base for the entire article as to the related topic (Weller 2014). It is apparent that the same is done by expanding the title itself. In the explanation part of the article, relevant facts and information have been highlighted.