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📒The Golden Age Of The Newspaper ✍ George H. Douglas
✏The Golden Age of the Newspaper Book Summary : Examines the American newspaper industry from the 1830s to 1930 and discusses how innovators of the press, such as Bennett, Greeley, Pulitzer, and Hearst, created a bond between newspapers and the American citizenry.
📒The Invention Of The Newspaper ✍ Joad Raymond
✏The Invention of the Newspaper Book Summary : First published in 1996, and here issued with a new preface, this work describes the emergence of the first weekly news publications, the immediate precursors of the modern newspaper. Previous ed.: Oxford: Clarendon, 1996.
📒History And Present Condition Of The Newspaper And Periodical Press Of The United States ✍ Simon Newton Dexter North
✏History and Present Condition of the Newspaper and Periodical Press of the United States Book Summary :
📒The Bible And The Newspaper ✍ Charles Haddon Spurgeon
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📒A Mathematician Reads The Newspaper ✍ John Allen Paulos
✏A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper Book Summary : In this lively volume, mathematician John Allen Paulos employs his singular wit to guide us through an unlikely mathematical jungle—the pages of the daily newspaper. From the Senate and sex to celebrities and cults, Paulos takes stories that may not seem to involve math at all and demonstrates how mathematical naïveté can put readers at a distinct disadvantage. Whether he's using chaos theory to puncture economic and environmental predictions, applying logic to clarify the hazards of spin doctoring and news compression, or employing arithmetic and common sense to give us a novel perspective on greed and relationships, Paulos never fails to entertain and enlighten.
📒The Newspaper Indian ✍ John M. Coward
✏The Newspaper Indian Book Summary : Seven essays discuss the bad press that Native American's received in newspapers during the nineteenth century and how cultural and territorial conflicts between whites and Indians were often complicated by years of mistrust and inflammatory reports.
📒Surviving In The Newspaper Business ✍ Jim Willis
✏Surviving in the Newspaper Business Book Summary : Willis' almost total textbook analysis of today's newspaper makes Surviving in the Newspaper Business precisely what it claims to be: A how-to guide to newspaper management in the 1980s and beyond . . . a set of unified principles for successful management.' It explains the supervision and organization of each department and stresses the importance of keeping the paper responsive to the needs of its readers, advertisers and, somewhat surprisingly, even its employees. Willis talks about advertising, circulation and marketing strategies and how to deal with competition from TV, the suburban weeklies and labor unions. He looks at the editor as a people manager, ' something that more than one tradition-bound editor has been unable to do for himself. The book has sample budgets and organizational charts and even a discussion of the relative merits of adult vs. youth carriers. Newspaper Research Journal Professor Jim Willis' book is a nicely condensed overview of the newspaper as a business. Though it is aimed at journalism students enrolled in newspaper management classes, it is also worthwhile reading for the curious reporter or copy editor who knows little about how newspapers make and spend money. . . . The book is sprinkled with good, common sense about balancing newspapers as a business against newspapering as good journalism. Professor Willis makes a gallant attempt to make sure students understand that though the newspaper must make a profit to survive, it will never truly excel unless it produces a good news-editorial product. ASNE Bulletin Surviving in the Newspaper Business is a how-to-do-it guide to newspaper management for the 1980s and beyond. It presents a set of unified principles for successful management and exposes the student to the primary mission of the newspaper: to deliver a quality product to the depth and breadth of the marketplace. Stressing the importance of the total newspaper concept, Willis portrays the successful newspaper as integrated internally among departments and externally with its readership and advertisers. In addition, he analyzes the newspaper's industrial environment, discusses management survival strategies, considers business and finance plans, and assesses organizational behavior in the newsroom. Included are a series of hands-on case studies offering further insights into topics discussed.
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📒I Write For The Newspaper ✍ Sy Wagner
✏I Write for the Newspaper Book Summary : Simple text and photographs show a day in the life of a newspaper reporter.
📒The Newspaper Record ✍ William Turner Coggeshall
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