Some articles on newspaper:
... The Province is a daily, tabloid format newspaper published in British Columbia by Postmedia ... It has been a daily newspaper since 1898 ... making it British Columbia's most read newspaper ...
... The Vancouver Sun is a daily newspaper first published in the Canadian province of British Columbia on February 12, 1912 ... The paper is currently published by the Pacific Newspaper Group, a division of Postmedia Network ... The Sun is a broadsheet newspaper and is not part of the Sun Media chain that operates tabloid papers in Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary and Edmonton ...
... Leopold Ullstein purchased the Neue Berliner Tageblatt newspaper, a subsidiary of the liberal Berliner Tageblatt published by Rudolf Mosse, and on 1 ... also established the Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung weekly newspaper mostly consisting of pictures ... am Mittag relaunched in 1904 became Germany's first tabloid newspaper ...
... gained employment in a lawyer's office, and was sent in 1830 to serve with a newspaper of Rouen, and afterwards to Périgueux ... In 1843 he joined the staff of the newspaper Univers religieux, and soon helped make it the leading organ of ultramontane propaganda as L'Univers ... In 1848 he became editor of the newspaper, which was suppressed in 1860, but revived in 1867, when Veuillot resumed his ultramontane propaganda, causing a second ...
... established in 1871 as the Monthly Hesperian Student, is the student newspaper of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ... The newspaper is entirely student-produced and managed ... The newspaper covers campus and Lincoln-area news, along with arts, entertainment and sports ...
More definitions of "newspaper":
- (noun): Cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers.
Example: "They used bales of newspaper every day"
- (noun): A daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements.
Example: "He read his newspaper at breakfast"
Famous quotes related to newspaper:
“My note to you I certainly did not expect to see in print; yet I have not been much shocked by the newspaper comments upon it. Those comments constitute a fair specimen of what has occurred to me through life. I have endured a great deal of ridicule without much malice; and have received a great deal of kindness, not quite free from ridicule. I am used to it.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“I trust it will not be giving away professional secrets to say that many readers would be surprised, perhaps shocked, at the questions which some newspaper editors will put to a defenseless woman under the guise of flattery.”
—Kate Chopin (18511904)
“You try to tell me anything about the newspaper business! Sir, I have been through it from Alpha to Omaha, and I tell you that the less a man knows the bigger the noise he makes and the higher the salary he commands.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)
“A strange age of the world this, when empires, kingdoms, and republics come a-begging to a private mans door, and utter their complaints at his elbow! I cannot take up a newspaper but I find that some wretched government or other, hard pushed and on its last legs, is interceding with me, the reader, to vote for it.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Reading someone elses newspaper is like sleeping with someone elses wife. Nothing seems to be precisely in the right place, and when you find what you are looking for, it is not clear then how to respond to it.”
—Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932)