Tuesday, April 01, 2008


The Rise of the New York Times

"The World may have set the pace for modern mass circulation journalism, but after 1896 the New York Times established the standard"
For years my fellow New Yorker's have read the New York Times from cover to cover, especially on Sundays. This paper displayed a quality of reading in every aspect of the world. It is a trusted household name. Unlike many publications, such as the Daily News and the Post. The New York Times has set the standards and still today maintains them. The quality of writing is interesting, whereas I feel, no other paper could every duplicate its professionalism. This publication is a "clear recognition of success". The New York Times has always had the abililty to tantalize your brain knowledge and to add to your intellect. It is a first class paper and they knew it back then, that it would be a "one of a kind" way to publicize the News.


At 3:51 PM, Blogger A. Mattson said...

The Times created a new standard for elite journalism. It still sets the standard today. We need to see how the newspaper business divided into elite papers serving the economic and political upper classes and the mass circulation papers that served a general audience.


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