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Press in USA презентац ія учня 8 -БХ класу Кривича Ігоря
New phenomenon of social life called price policy American periodicals in the middle of XIX century, newspapers began to cost only 1 -2 cents. .
In 1850 daily newspapers have reached total circulation of 2. 5 million, and the weeklies had about 10 million. .
The foundation of the «yellow» press have become newspaper « « The New York Sun » » , , « « The New York Herald » » and « « The New York Tribune » » . . Scandals and crime — is subjects of these editions. The pioneers of this genre was Joseph Pulitzer ( «The New York World» ) and William Hurst ( «The San Francisco Examiner» , «New York Journal» , etc. ).
Investigative journalism The genre of «investigative journalism» was formed by American journalists, who were called «muckrakers. » As part of this genre was investigated the Watergate scandal, it was finest hour the industry. Later, the tradition of the genre inherited the American documentary film maker Michael Moore.
On May 23, 2008 in the United States, there were 1422 dailies and weeklies 6253. Popularity daily newspapers falls from year to year, and in these conditions editions difficult save editorial independence. By 1990, in New York was only five daily newspapers and at the end of the XIX century, there were 18.
After the 2008 financial crisis, the state of the industry is not in the best shape. Only in 2008 was fired 16, 000 journalists. Tribune Company (which owns the LA Times) declared bankruptcy. One of the oldest U. S. newspaper « « Rocky Mountain News » » has ceased to exist, putting an end to 150 years of its history.
List of the 25 most significant (in terms of circulation) U. S. publications: USA Today The Wall Street Journal The New York Times Los Angeles Times Chicago Tribune The Washington Post New York Daily News New York Post The Denver Post The Times Of Earth The Dallas Morning News The Philadelphia Inquirer Houston Chronicle The Detroit News / Detroit Free Press Star Tribune The Star-Ledger The Boston Globe The Arizona Republic The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Newsday The Plain Dealer San Francisco Chronicle St. Petersburg Times The Seattle Times / Seattle Post-Intelligencer St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Most old edition The New Hampshire Newspaper (started in 1756) The Hartford Courant (started in 1764) The Augusta Chronicle (started in 1785) Daily Hampshire Gazette (started in 1786) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (started in 1786) The Berkshire Eagle (started in 1789) The Recorder (started in 1792) Rutland Herald (started in 1794) Norwich Bulletin (started in 1796) The Keene Sentinel (started in 1799) New York Post (started in 1801) The Post and Courier (started in 1803) The Post-Standard (started in 1829)
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