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Essay on History of Newspapers
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Journalism History Student’s Name 2011 Questions 1. Detail the history of two newspapers. Tell me how they began, what their big stories were had how they work today. Show me how the newspaper's history reflects some of the events we studied in class. 2.
Tell me about four such people. Who were they? What was their background? How did they get into the field? What work are they known for? How did their work effect society? 1. History of Newspapers Originally called the New York Daily Times, the New York Times is owned and published by The New York Times Company which is an American media company. The New York Times was first published in 1851, and acquired by Adolph S. Ochs in 1896. Adolph S. Ochs put great efforts to lead the newspaper to become internationally pre-eminent as it is today. Ochs raised the slogan "All The News That's Fit To Print" for the newspaper (Media Owners). The New York Times provides broad news coverage, and provoking and intellectual opinion. Today, the New York Times is considered as high standard and the nation’s prominent newspaper. It has been granted many Pulitzers more than any other newspaper. The Times has been successful in giving direction to people without influence. The news and content provided by the newspaper cover diverse subjects, needed by different people at different time (The New York Times). The Wall Street Journal was published by Dow Jones & Company. It has been a a famous English daily issue which deliver important news to millions of people around the nation. It has become the most widely circulated newspaper in the States through connected with another newspaper USA Today. ...
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