History of American Journalism Timeline

Timeline created by Jujulove
In History
  • History of American Journalism Timeline

    History of American Journalism Timeline
    First Printing Press of America
    Isaac Doolittle of Connecticut builds the first printing press made from American soil.
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    History of American Journalism Timeline
    Steam-driven Printing Press
    Jonas Booth invents a steam printing press, soon making the mechanical process of printing newspapers less costly.
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    History of American Journalism Timeline
    First Edition of the New York Sun
    The cheap paper was sold for a fraction of the cost of all earlier newspapers and as soon it attracts a much wider audience by ca the interests of New York City's goes up.
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    History of American Journalism Timeline
    First Edition of the New York Herald
    Bennett will introduce a number of innovations that will revolutionize the American news industry.
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    History of American Journalism Timeline
    First Edition of the New York Tribune
    Horace Greeley issues the first edition of the New York Tribune.
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    History of American Journalism Timeline
    First Baseball Box Score
    The first baseball box score appears in the New York Clipper, the box score allows newspapers across the country to provide summaries of baseball games to a growing national audience.
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    Joseph Pulitzer Acquires the New York World
    Joseph Pulitzer acquires the New York World from Jay for $346,000.
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    William Randolph Hearst and the San Francisco Examiner.
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    William Randolph Hearst Acquires the New York Morning Journal.
    He transform the Morning Journal into a penny paper, modeled after James Gordon Bennett's New York Herald, and rename it the New York Journal in 1896.
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    First Color Sunday Funnies
    The New York Journal, owned by William Randolph Hearst, publishes the first color Sunday funny papers.