The word newspaper is a noun. Newspaper means (1) a newspaper as a physical object, (2) a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements, (3) a business firm that publishes newspapers, (4) cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word newspaper.
- Newspaper Publisher Directory
Browse this newspaper
publisher directory for info about newspaper publishers in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a newspaper, with reading glasses and fountain pen.
- Newspaper Publishing Careers
publisher page comprises information about newspaper publishing careers in the United States of America plus a photo of a smiling newspaper publisher with newspapers in the background.
This is the website for the Houston Chronicle. Today's newspaper
articles are available. Users can also subscribe for fuller service. Online are world news, Texas news, obituaries, entertainment, sports, classified ads, and much more.
- Post-Gazette NOW
This is the website for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The site contains breaking news, international and local news, weather, neighborhoods, sports, living, opinions, obituaries, classifieds and everything else that is contained in the printed newspaper. There are also links to places where viewers can send in news stories and post photographs.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is the primary newspaper
in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is a seven-day morning paper that is distributed throughout the state of Wisconsin. The newspaper originated as the Journal, competing with four other English-language papers, four German-language papers, and two Polish-language papers. The Journal absorbed the Sentinel newspaper, thus the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel name.
- The Tech
The Tech is MIT's oldest and largest newspaper
and the first newspaper published on the web. It is published by MIT students. The paper, published twice a week during the school year, has news at MIT and the world, opinion, arts, restaurant reviews, sports, campus life, photos, and more. There are also links to all the works of Shakespeare, Classical Literature, and other projects.
Newsday is a daily newspaper, founded in 1940, and covering mostly Long Island and Queens. The newspaper
is a tabloid in format, but is not known for being sensationalistic like other tabloids. On Newsday.com, viewers can find out about national, local, international, sports, and other news, with classifieds from the Long Island area that are searchable by location.
- Arizona Daily Star
The Arizona Daily Star is a Tucson area newspaper
with national and local news, food, home, sports, and travel. It is the major morning daily newspaper in Tucson, Arizona.
- The Albuquerque Journal
The Albuquerque Journal, first published in 1880 as the Golden Gate, is the largest newspaper
in New Mexico. It is published Monday through Saturday, with the expanded Sunday Journal on Sunday. The newspaper keeps New Mexico citizens connected and informed. Quarterly magazines are published as well.
- The Arizona Republic
The Arizona Republic is a daily newspaper
published in Phoenix, Arizona. The newspaper was founded in 1890 as The Arizona Republican. It is now owned by Gannett Company.
- The Courier-Journal
Kentucky's largest newspaper, the Courier-Journal, covers news, business, entertainment, and sports in the Louisville, Kentucky, and southern Indiana areas. A daily newspaper, "The C-J" was founded in 1868 and is now owned by the Gannett Company.
- Indianapolis Star
The Indianapolis Star, founded in 1903, is a morning daily newspaper
owned by the Gannett Company. It is the only major newspaper in Indianapolis. It publishes world, national, and local news, as well as weather, sports and an expanded Sunday Star edition.
- The Times-Picayune
The Times-Picayune is a newspaper
published in New Orleans, Louisiana. The daily newspaper has been published since 1837. It is printed in both broadsheet and tabloid formats on different days of the week. The Times-Picayune won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2006 for it coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
- The Oregonian
The Oregonian is a daily newspaper
published in Portland, Oregon. It has been continually published since 1850 and is the largest newspaper in Oregon. The Oregonian is planning to cut home delivery to four days a week in October 2013. It will then focus on online news.
- The Sacramento Bee
The Bee is Sacramento's largest newspaper. It is a daily newspaper
that was founded in 1857 and currently owned by the McClatchy Company. The Bee covers the latest news, sports, politics, and weather, both printed and online.
- Star Tribune
The Star Tribune is the largest newspaper
in Minnesota. The publication was formed from a merger between the Minneapolis Star and the Minneapolis Tribune. The company was founded in 1867. The Star Tribune is a daily newspaper published for the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area with another version available statewide.
Boston.com is the Internet site for the Boston Globe newspaper. Users can read today's paper and selected other articles for free. Users must subscribe to read the archives. There are other links to events in Boston, breaking news, obituaries, and many more.
- The Christian Science Monitor
The Christian Science Monitor is a national daily newspaper
founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1908. This website is the online edition. There is only one religious column a day, as requested by Eddy. The rest is independent national and international news that uses for sources their own reporters around the world rather than just AP and Reuters. Print and online subscriptions can be ordered.
- HighBeam Encyclopedia
This free resource offers more than 50,000 frequently updated articles from the Columbia Encyclopedia. Articles are enhanced with links to newspaper
and magazine articles as well as pictures and maps.
- Gannett Company
Gannett is a diverse news, information and communications company that was founded in 1906 with the Elmira Gazette. Today it is the largest newspaper
publisher in the U.S. and has approximately 7.2 million subscribers. Gannett has a large presence on the Internet with USATODAY.com as one of the most popular news sites on the web. The site has much more information including a list of publications.
The Globe began in 1843 in Toronto, Canada and remains Canada's foremost newspaper. In 1995, they launched globeandmail.com, which contains news and information from financial sources. The website offers breaking news, Canadian news, world news, real estate, business, sports, arts, and more. The website also has a link to the daily print edition of the paper.
- Los Angeles Times
This is the website for the daily Los Angeles Times, the second largest metropolitan newspaper
in the U.S. It was founded in 1881. Users of the website can find local, national, and worldwide news, business, weather, games, classifieds, and much more.
LexisNexis, a member of the Reed Elsevier Group, is a vast database of legal information and news. Lexis is the legal section; Nexis is the business news section. There is also a version for Academic settings that includes newspaper
articles from small papers that are hard to find in other sources. The website describes both products and how to subscribe to each or both together.
- The New York Times
The website, begun in 1995, provides full text of articles for free for one week. There is a charge for articles in the archive, which goes back to 1981. The Times is often considered the newspaper
of record for important events and often publishes the full text of important speeches. The Sunday Times publishes a magazine and The Times Book Review.
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The following articles provide recent newspaper
- The papers: Cummings claims PM lied, and energy bills warning
A mix of stories lead Tuesday's newspaper front pages, including the latest on the No 10 parties row.
BBC News. Monday, 17 Jan 2022 23:51:47 GMT.
- Eric Adams Picks Philip Banks as Deputy Mayor, Despite Ethics Concerns
Philip Banks III, who resigned from the Police Department while under federal investigation, announced his own appointment in a newspaper opinion piece.
Jeffery C. Mays, Michael Rothfeld and William K. Rashbaum. New York Times. Saturday, 08 Jan 2022 00:36:07 +0000.
- The New York Times Plans To Purchase The Athletic
The newspaper will pay $550 million for the website.
By Marisa Dellatto, Forbes Staff. Forbes. Thursday, 06 Jan 2022 12:30:57 -0500.
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- Newspaper News
Recent news stories about the topic newspaper, aggregated from diverse, English-language news sources.
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- Newspaper Tweets
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Man Reading a Newspaper
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