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  • Ones In Tabloids
    578 words
    Capitalism is survival of the fittest. Those that are able to adapt, stay alive. Those who are not, die, financially of course. The first law of capitalism states: the consumer is our master. Whatever the readers wish for, the newspaper must do. There is no category of a consumer called 'every one'. That is why newspapers specialize themselves to target different customer groups. In the UK, one can distinguish two basics types of media: 'serious' and 'sensational'. I will summarize the form and ...
  • 3 Million Radios In Norway
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    The official country name in conventional long form is the Kingdom of Norway. Norge is the local short form. The capital of Norway is Oslo. Norway is situated far to the north in the western corner of Europe bordering the North Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. Norway shares borders with Sweden, Finland and Russia. The Kingdom of Norway, in addition to the mainland, includes the Svalbard archipelago and Jan Mayen. Norway also has territories in the Antarctic region. These are Bouvet Island and P...
  • Television Over A Newspaper
    448 words
    The Print Media Is Less Effective Than Other Media Types The print media has little significance in shaping public reaction to political events in this age of CNN and news ON-LINE. This is because of the audience, work, and time involved in each. That is, the number of people that each reaches, the amount of work involved to get the scoop, and the amount of time it takes each to broadcast the news. The first reason, the amount of people that the news reaches, is probably the biggest factor. Tele...
  • Nelson Paul Poynter
    364 words
    Nelson Paul Poynter was the owner of the St. Petersburg Times, in Florida, which for years has enjoyed the reputation as one of the best newspapers in the United States. Poynter was born in 1903 in Sullivan, Ind., where his father owned several newspapers. In 1912, his father, Paul, bought the St. Petersburg Times and turned it into a family business. As a young man, Poynter began gaining experience in the newspaper business. He worked as a reporter, editor, advertising salesman and ad director ...
  • First Newspaper In Colonial America
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    The History of Newspapers Today, people can use newspapers to find out many things. One can use the newspaper to check sports scores, get the day's news, read 'feel good's tories, or even find out their horoscope. It was not always that way. From the 'Acta Diurnal,' reported in the ancient Roman empire, to the New York Times, newspapers have come a long way. In this report, the distance that newspapers have traveled since their inception is going to be outlined. Before literacy was commonplace i...
  • American Media's Star Magazine
    707 words
    According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, a tabloid is a newspaper characterized by half the standard page size, abundant illustrations, and generally, fairly brief article. In every supermarket, every corner store, and in hands of people all across America and the world are the compact, computer friendly covers of the tabloids. The tabloids of America, however, are not what one might call an extremely credible source of inside information, yet their underlying integrity has kept these magazines...
  • Number Of World National Daily Newspapers
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    The Sun daily newspaper is a success! It may not be every ones idea of a success; in fact to many The Sun is a disaster. This essay will explore the differences between these two views of what is the United Kingdoms largest circulation newspaper. It will reach into the past to discover its roots and follow its growth to the present day as Britains and possibly the Western worlds largest circulation of a Nation daily newspaper How national newspapers like the Sun fit into the large media conglome...
  • New Factor In The Magazine Market
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    History of The Company LIBERIS PUBLICATIONS S.A. was founded in its current legal status on the 2.6. 1986 (Official Gazette 2324/11.6. 86 S.A.'s and LTD's Issue) by Antonio's Liberis, with the goal of becoming involved in the sector of publications and presswork. In the course of all these years, the company has had a spectacular development, dynamically moving in the sector of publications, launching new and successful magazines that conquered the top ranks amongst their competitors. In additio...
  • Hamill's Journey Through The Newspaper Business
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    News Is a Verb: Journalism at the End of the Twentieth Century In Pete Hamill's News Is a Verb, Hamill offers an explanation of how newspapers have evolved during the past few decades and how fulfilling it has been to work for a newspaper. He introduces his readers to his passion and love for newspaper as well as encourages and distraught the meanings and duties of print journalism. He started at the New York Post in 1960 and then worked his way to the New York Daily News, and the New York Newsd...
  • Worldwide Newspaper
    790 words
    The War On Terrorism Every morning, millions of people around the world begin their day by reading the newspaper. News topics are constantly discussed in everyday life and remain the dominant topic of conversation between friends, family, and even strangers. It is our responsibility as a modern society to recognize all events that impact our lives and make others aware of them, and newspapers as well as the general media allow us this opportunity. The New York Times, a worldwide newspaper, offer...
  • Newspapers On The Internet
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    Newspapers have been around forever. They serve as a purpose to inform people what is going on in the world and in their own towns. The news on television is only on for about an hour, they would not be able to tell people what is going on in their individual towns. If there were no newspapers, people would have to make sure they watch TV or listen to the radio to get the news, but for people who work all day, that might be impossible. There are so many other things that a newspaper has besides ...
  • Newspapers Of Colonial America
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    The Birth of the American Newspaper It has been said that the true newspaper must meet these qualifications: (1) it must be published at least once a week; (2) it must be produced by mechanical means (to distinguish it from handwritten 'news letters'); (3) it must be available to anyone willing to pay the price, regardless of class or special interest; (4) it must print anything of interest to a general public, as contrasted with some of the religious and business publications; (5) it must have ...
  • Mind And Other Newspapers And Magazines
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    My family and me are fond of reading newspapers. At our flat you can always find very much different magazines and newspapers lying everywhere. There are political, economical, informational, reading for mind and other newspapers and magazines about all spheres of life. We don't like to eject old magazines because there is always interesting and useful information that one-day can be used. Nowadays we don't subscribe to any newspapers or magazines. Some years ago we subscribed to some newspapers...
  • Specific Issues Of Foreign Published Newspapers
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    EGYPT The Constitution provides for freedom of speech and of the press; however, the Government partially restricts these rights. The Government owns stock in the three largest daily newspapers, and the President appoints their editors-in-chief. Although these newspapers generally follow the government line, they frequently criticize government policies. The Government also enjoys a monopoly on the printing and distribution of newspapers, including those of the opposition parties. The Government...
  • Newspapers Audiences
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    Changing audience forces media to change their ways It's no secret. During the past 40 years, the trust that was once invested in the media has slowly declined. In a poll conducted by the Gallup Organization in November 2000, journalists and reporters were given an average to low rating for honesty and ethical standards. Professions ranked lower than newspaper reporters in this poll were insurance salesmen, advertising practitioners and car salesmen. Those who think that the media have become bi...
  • Big Ownership Chains In Canadas Newspaper Industry
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    For as long as newspapers have been in circulation, the mass population has looked to them for information. Newspapers provide the population with a vehicle in which they can get all the information they need in one issue. This is the main reason why newspapers became such an integral part of society. Since the inception of Canadas first newspaper in 1752, Canadians have turned to newspapers for their information. Even with the introduction of new information mediums into Canadian society, newsp...
  • Six Largest Daily Newspapers In Britain
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    INTRODUCTION In this assignment, we have taken a closer look at the trends in the American and British media. We have chosen to focus on Newspapers, Television and The Internet. In our analysis we have compared the dominating media trends in the UK and the US as well as tried to position the countries in a more global perspective. Firstly, we will study the development and trends of the British and American newspapers. Secondly, our objective is to explain the main differences between the two co...
  • Mail's Title
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    Comparison of two newspapers In this essay I intend to compare two newspaper front pages. One from 'The Sunday Times' and the other from 'The Mail On Sunday'. Both papers contain the same story as their main article and the journalists describe the stories in full, on the 6th April 2003. The stories are about American tanks moving in on the Iraqi capital city, 'Baghdad'. Although I intend to focus on the stories, I will also discuss the differences in the layout between the broadsheet and tabloi...
  • Size Of Paper A Newspaper
    438 words
    Tabloids: e.g. Sun, Mirror, Daily Express, Daily Mail. Broadsheets: e.g. Independent, Times, Guardian The average circulation of the Times is around 650,000 and the Telegraph sells 970,000 copies daily, while the Guardian and Independent's circulations are more on the order of 375,000 and 200,000. The Financial Times sells over 400,000 copies, the Scotsman maybe 80,000 (All figures August 2002). It is generally believed that the purpose of a newspaper is to state the facts about what is going on...
  • Comparative Essay On Two National Newspapers
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    Compare and Contrast Two National Newspapers Based on findings that on an average day 25 million people read a national newspaper, it is clear that this form of mass communication plays a key role in our everyday lives. This essay will look at two national newspapers: a broadsheet, The Guardian and a tabloid, The Sun, in a comparative manner to discover where the main contrasts and similarities lie. These two particular newspapers have been chosen due to their differing style, format and readers...

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