short%20history - Forerunners to Journalism Gutenberg...

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Forerunners to Journalism Gutenberg – Printing Press 1450 Germany, late 1400’s News pamphlets or broadsides Highly sensationalized Some of the more famous ones report atrocities against Germans in Transylvania by Vlad Drakul (Count Dracula) Corantos – small news pamphlets published in England for worthy events
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First Newspapers First true newspaper was the London Gazette of 1666 British press used licensing to keep press in line 1690 – First US Colony paper; Publick Occurences Both Forreign and Domestick by Benjamin Harris Suggested the King of France shared a bed with his son’s wife Shut down after first day, publisher arrested, all copies destroyed
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Partisan Press also referred to as Party Organ Papers that put out political ideas Financed by political parties Thomas Jefferson founded the National Intelligencer Only record of Congress at the time 1812 – British seized the Intelligencer and burned it to the ground Intelligencer lost funds for a month once for publishing an anti-Monroe editorial
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