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1690
Benjamin Harris
Publick Occurences
1st American Newspaper
1704
Continuously published newspaper
Boston News-Letter
John Campell
1783
Pennsylvania Evening Post
1st Daily Newspaper
Benjamin Towne
1800
200 Newspaper in Print in the US.
1833
1200 Newspapers in print and Penny Press
New York Sun
Benjamin Day
1847
Frederick Douglass
Began publication of North Star
Anti-Slavery
1860
1000 Magazines + 3000 Papers published
1895
Start of Yellow Journalism
1923
American Society of News Paper Editors adopts rules and ethics to be followed
1934
FCC was established
1940
FCC Established FM Radio
1974
AP's Data Stream
1828
Cherokee Phoenix
1st Native American Newspaper
1770
Isaiah Thomas established The Massachusetts Spy
Amelia Bloomer
The Lily- 889
Temperance Newspaper
Benjamin Franklin
Started 1st Foreign News Paper
Began Journalism at a Pennsylvania Gazette
Horace Greeley
Famous in 1840s-60s
New York Tribune
Made people more aware about slave conditions
Nellie Bly
Went around the world in 72 days
Yellow Journalism
Elizabeth Cockrin/Womens Rights
John Peter Zenger
New York Weekly Journal
Participated in the trial in freedom of the press
Joseph Pulitzer
Yellow Journalism
1880s
Pulitzer Prize
W.E.B. DuBois
Co-Founder of the advancement of colored people
1st Black to be awarded a Ph.D from Harvard
Edited the Crisis in 1910 to address interesting issues to the blacks.