The New York Times

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  • The Importance Of The Internet In The New York Times

    The absolute beauty of the Internet is the power it has to report on new findings almost instantly. What is even more incredible, is how the Internet allows old versions of news to stay current, for example, the newspaper. The New York Times does a fine job of allowing all different types of articles to be printed, especially since their motto is, “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” The New York Times has such great diversity through the fact that the paper will print articles about Business, Theater, Real Estate and even Golf. This paper has no limits when it comes to reporting about any and all information. Just like a normal paper, the New York Times will report on subjects like Business. Strangely enough the New York Times finds way to…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Wonderful Time To New York

    a wonderful time in New York; it was fun from the beginning to the end. I first got ready to pack my clothes and everything that was need for the trip. I was so excited for this, I waited for this a long time and I was ready to go and have fun. We drove to the airport than we parked are car, than I grabbed two bags than my brother grabbed two and my sister grabbed two as well. Than we took a shuttle to the airport, finally there, the check-in line was long there were a lot of people. I was…

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  • New York Times Vs Sullivan Case Study

    1. Name of Case New York Times v. Sullivan 376 U.S.254, 84 S.CT. 710 (1964) 2. Facts of Case The New York Times was sued by L.B Sullivan. Sullivan was a commissioner in the city of Montgomery. Sullivan wanted compensation for advertisements posted in the Times. The advertisement was published on March 29, 1960. The advertisement was called, “Heed Their Rising Voices,” and complained about the status of civil rights in the South. It was a long advertisement with some factual inaccuracies.…

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  • New York Times Survey

    The New York Times article entitled “Many Children Under 5 Are Left to Their Mobile Devices, Survey Finds,” written by Catherine Saint Louis, includes mostly comprehensive depictions of a survey conducted by Pediatric AAP Publications. The original survey is called “Exposure and Use of Mobile Media Devices by Young Children.” The NYT publication displays the findings of the survey completed in Philadelphia, in which the group of subjects were comprised of consenting parents. Through an in-depth…

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  • New York Times Case

    - To provide customers with a choice, The New York Times(NYT) offered one week print subscription for $15.40, while offering unlimited digital access for $ 8.75. The low setup costs of digital version enabled NYT to price it low and the high (52%) production and distribution costs of print forced NYT to charge a premium amount. This difference in price arose from the fact that company could afford to decrease the print circulation, thereby saving on operating costs and improving on advertising…

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  • The Homonym In New York Times

    I was never quite drawn to this article immediately, because when I saw the word “period” in a headline, I could only assume it was the grammatical definition of the homonym was being used. I chose to click on the article anyhow, and to my surprise, would find out that my hypothesis was proven incorrect. I have nothing but praise for both the New York Times as well as the editor of the article for publishing this story. Considering the aim of most news companies is to increase both viewership…

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  • The New York Times: Annotated Bibliography

    Sources: (3) Silver-Greenberg, J., & Gebeloff, R. (2015, November 1). Arbitration Everywhere, Stacking Deck of Justice. The New York Times. Retrieved October 30, 2016, from Summary: This article is written by Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Robert Gebeloff, who are both reporters for The New York Times. It is argued that…

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  • Saturday's Bombing In The New York Times

    The New York Times finishes an update on Saturday’s bombing in New York by quoting an unnamed official, “We don’t understand the target or the significance of it,” the police official said. “It’s by a pile of Dumpsters on a random sidewalk.” It’s a valid question - why here? So often we’ve seen terrorist attacks (and this is a terrorist attack) take on symbolic importance: two of the largest buildings in New York, a concert, a football game, an airport. We understand the choice of target and…

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  • The New York Times Rhetorical Analysis

    Editorial Analysis Essay On December 6, 2016, The New York Times investigated the problem of racism in New York’s Prisons. The investigation found that minorities were more likely to be beaten by guards, spend more time in prisons, or be sent to solitary confinement than white prisoners. Overall, The New York Times didn’t use connotation or bias, but used denotation and facts for a more informational report. The author uses logos as the main rhetoric for the article. They use statistics and…

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  • Analysis Of Portraits Of Grief By The New York Times

    A Multi-Media Assessment of “Portraits of Grief” by The New York Times Question 1: The focus of “Portraits of Grief” by The New York Times focuses on the different reactions of family members for those that had died in the September 11th, 2001 attack on the Twin Towers. The article focuses on “revisiting” the families and re-evaluating the personal lives of those that had died in the attacks. This presentation is meant as a memorial for those that died on 9/11. Question 2: There were two…

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