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Introduction to Mass Communication (MC 2000 section 1) Craig M. Freeman
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A Short History of Newspapers The Earliest Newspapers Acta Diurna (actions of the day) Written on tablet and posted on wall after each Senate meeting 17th century Corantos —1-page news sheets Diurnals , daily accounts of local news started appearing in news sheets in 1641 true forerunners of daily newspaper
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A Short History of Newspapers Colonial Newspapers broadsides (or broadsheets ) single-sheet announcements or accounts of events Newspapers after Independence 1790: nation’s founders debated, drafted and adopted the Bill of Rights First Amendment —Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press … 1798: Congress passed four laws known collectively as the Alien and Sedition Acts ; not renewed when Congress reconsidered them in 1800
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A Short History of Newspapers The Modern Newspaper Emerges penny press Pulitzer v. Hearst Yellow Journalism
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Scope and Structure of the Newspaper Industry Types of Newspapers National daily newspapers ( Wallstreet journal, and USA today) Large metropolitan dailies (New york times, Times Picayune) Almost all papers publish zoned editions suburban or regional versions of the paper Suburban and small town dailies Weeklies and semiweeklies
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Large Metropolitan Dailies newspaper chains —papers in different cities across the country
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