A Jan. 1936 news item.
(No mention of how newspapers make huge amounts of money through these screens.)
Back to the Future’s Terrible Newspaper
Read: Daily Intelligencer
A great interview with Jack Shafer on Reliable Sources about media criticism and having strong journalistic standards.
FJP: His comments about state government sunshine acts are dead on (around 8:00).
New York Post has been on a roll, and it continues this morning!
Wasn’t there a time when there was an actual difference between the NY Daily News and the NY Post?
Long before the Web, The Boston Globe had a “homepage” of sorts – its old storefront downtown. Taking advantage of its location in a heavily trafficked block of Newspaper Row, the young daily brought the news to Bostonians in a whole new way: handwritten signs.
With this headline/pic the NY Daily News tells Murdoch owned NY Post, “Don’t worry, we got it.”
“Fully 46 percent of people now say they get news online at least three times a week, surpassing newspapers (40 percent) for the first time,” the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism reports today in its eighth annual State of the News Media report.
Learned tonight on The Rachel Maddow Show that Nate Silver will be employed by the NYTimes starting in August.
Plain Dealer’s LeBron cover is called “one of the greatest front pages in the history of newspapers.”
The page — designed by Emmet Smithand Michael Tribble — “simply can’t be topped,” writes Charles Apple.
Check out this 1981 report on the wacky future of online newspapers