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  • New York Times

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    The New York Times v. Sullivan The 1st amendment gives us the freedom of speech, religion, petition and assembly. It also gives us the freedom of the press. The Press is granted the right to publish news, information and opinions without government getting involved. In this case, this right is questioned. New York Times V. Sullivan is an important landmark case because it protects the press from libel action for making false statements about public officials, unless, they were made with actual malice

  • The New York Times

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    The New York Times is one of America’s largest newspaper publishers, today selling over 900,000 printed copies daily. Their website, NYTimes.com, is the most visited online newspaper website, receiving 32.4 million unique visitors in December 2010. (The NY Times Company, 2010, pp. 2 3) The New York Times employs 3094 workers, 1016 of them members of The Newspaper Guild of New York. (p. 8) In order to remain as America’s premier newspaper, The New York Times not only deals with the changing media

  • New York Times

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    he main point of the lecture is the affordable Care Act, birth control and a major corporation over stepping their boundaries. Under the affordable Care Act, employers have to provide health care for their employee which covers many forms of contraception at no cost to the employee. This creates a big problem for David and Barbra Green owners of Hobby Lobby who are conservative Evangelical Christians who believe birth starts at Conception. Hobby Lobby has no issue, offering insurance for employees

  • The New York Times Coverage of the Holocaust

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    The New York Times coverage of the Holocaust One paper had more influence on all other newspapers during this time. The New York Times was the primary source wartime newspaper. Their lack of coverage influenced the coverage from other newspapers (Max Frankel).The years of the Holocaust was an experience people will never forget. Everyone is involved including those who suffered in Eastern Europe as well as those who were informed and those who were under informed, to the billions of lives living

  • Hiding the Tilt in the New York Times

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    one sided judgment. The actions of President Obama are so controversial that it is hard not to express the news without a tilt in one direction or another. The New York Times tries to hide this unbalanced spectrum but it still can slip in some instances. President Obama is portrayed by the New York Times with viewpoints that express a negative impact for the United States. The New York Times uses a variety of ways to find information and catch the attention of the reader so people can discover what

  • The New York Times coverage of the Holocaust

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    The New York Times coverage of the Holocaust A lesson in time The years of the Holocaust was an experience people will never forget. Everyone is involved; including those who suffered in Eastern Europe as well as those who were informed and those who were under informed, to the billions of lives living and learning about it today. In the time of the Holocaust (1933-1945) The New York Times under informed the American public and made them blind to the events occurring in Eastern Europe; their negligence

  • New York Times and the Republican Party

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    the New York Times was under the direction of a new publisher, George Jones, Jones was disgusted with the way the Grant administration was governed and allowed for constant scandal to plague its effectiveness. Previously the paper had a strong connection to the Republican party, under their new direction the paper choose to endorse the Democratic party. Those who were running on the Republican ticket were not qualified to fix the issues that were plaguing the American government at the time. Grover

  • A New York Times Review of “Paid in Full”

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    A New York Times Review of “Paid in Full” Hello my readers, I know you must have been surprised when you saw this review on the listing of our website, movies.nytimes.com. But only six and a half years ago a movie came out which did not generate outstanding revenue in the box office, being released domestically and only earring $3,090,862. I assume those of you who did see the movie in 2002 have probably forgotten about it by now, and I was not working for the New York Times, so I would like to

  • New York Times Digital Case Study

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    History The New York Times has been around since 1851 when former New York Tribune staffers, George Jones and Henry Raymond, founded it. With the onset of “yellow journalism” by competing newspapers causing the newspaper to lose ground, the newspaper was ultimately purchased by Tennessee newspaperman Adolph Ochs in 1896. In 1944, the company began to diversify with the purchase of two New York City radio stations. Following many more acquisitions, in 1992 The New York Times purchased Affiliated

  • Formalistic Reading of Sen's New York Times

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    Sudeep Sen’s “New York Times” basically deals with a strong sense of life in New York. This poem consists of thirty lines altogether in six stanzas, depicting a clear description of one’s every day life at a fast pace in the first four stanzas and gradually mellows down to a slower motion, where reflection manages to take place. From the first sentence itself, “Every morning in relentless hurry, I scurry/” there is the sense of hurriedness and swiftness as if “I” is in a rat race. “Scurry” is normally

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