Both image and text are key components for any media type, especially for news. This study manipulated the left-right symmetrical layout between image and text of the same news to investigate the changes of the oculomotor characteristics, such as average fixation time and total fixation numbers. Results showed that there were no difference between left text and right text under intensive reading condition. But, there were more fixation numbers significantly on left image than right image. Furthermore, there were more average fixation time on right image than left image. These results implied that left image may attract more sights, because intensive reading process induced the left-oriented oculomotor tendency.