Newspapers

Some articles on newspapers, newspaper:

Associated Newspapers
... Associated Newspapers is a national newspaper publisher in the UK ... It publishes two major paid-for national newspaper titles as well as a free nationally available newspaper ... group is Northcliffe Media, who take care of DMGT's regional newspaper titles ...
Newspapers Of China
... This is a list of newspapers in the People's Republic of China ... The number of newspapers in mainland China has increased from 42—virtually all Communist Party papers—in 1968 to 382 in 1980 and more than 2,200 today ... In 2006, China was the largest market for daily newspapers, with 96.6m copies sold daily, followed by India with 78.7m Japan with 69.7m the US with 53.3m and Germany with 21.5m ...
Japanese Radio - Newspapers - Specialty Papers
... Among niche newspapers are publications like the widely-circulated Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun (The Business and Technology Daily News) the new religious ... Shukan Go (週刊碁) is a weekly newspaper that covers the results of professional Go tournaments and contains hints on go strategy ... As with other countries, surveys tend to show that the number of newspaper subscribers is declining, a trend which is expected to continue ...
Caithness - Local Media - Newspapers
... The John O'Groat Journal and The Caithness Courier are weekly newspapers published by Scottish Provincial Press Limited trading as North of Scotland Newspapers and using offices in Union Street, Wick (but ... Historically, they have been independent newspapers, with the Groat as a Wick-centred paper and the Courier as a Thurso-centred paper ...

Famous quotes containing the word newspapers:

    Passengers in 1937 totaled 270,000; so many of these were celebrities that two Newark newspapers ran special airport columns.
    —For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    To read a newspaper for the first time is like coming into a film that has been on for an hour. Newspapers are like serials. To understand them you have to take knowledge to them; the knowledge that serves best is the knowledge provided by the newspaper itself.
    —V.S. (Vidiadhar Surajprasad)

    We might make a public moan in the newspapers about the decay of conscience, but in private conversation, no matter what crimes a man may have committed or how cynically he may have debased his talent or his friends, variations on the answer “Yes, but I did it for the money” satisfy all but the most tiresome objections.
    Lewis H. Lapham (b. 1935)