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  1. Newspapers : legal deposit and research in the digital era

    Berlin : De Gruyter, ©2011.

    This volume comprises contributions of three conferences, on legal deposit in a digital environment, on web harvesting and archiving as well as newspapers in the geographical context of the Mediterranean. The main focus is on how to acquire, preserve and make available digital files. Issues that continue to be hot topics also in a world dominated by monographs.This volume comprises contributions of three conferences, on legal deposit in a digital environment, on web harvesting and archiving as well as newspapers in the geographical context of the Mediterranean. The main focus is on how to acquire, preserve and make available digital files. Issues that continue to be hot topics also in a world dominated by monographs.

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  2. Newspapers : a complete guide to the industry

    Farrell, Mike, 1949-
    New York : Peter Lang, c2010.

    In a time of uncertainty and change in the newspaper industry, this book provides a concise and thorough overview of the field, looking back at newspapers' history, and forward to their future - and insisting there will be one. The authors, former journalists who now teach the subject, review the practices of the profession - from defining news to examining who owns newspapers, from newspaper readership to the new media environment. Written in an accessible style, this comprehensive text is well suited for a range of courses on newspapers.

  3. Newspapers : the power and the money

    Jenkins, Simon
    London ; Boston : Faber and Faber, 1979.

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  1. Map of Indiana: prepared especially for the National newspaper directory & gazetteer

    1900

    Shows counties, cities and towns, and railroads. Scale approximately 1:1,647,369. 26 miles to the inch. By the Matthews-Northrup Co.

  2. Massachusetts Media Outlets

    Harvard Map Collection, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Massachusetts, and Massachusetts Office of Geographic and Environmental Information (MassGIS)
    1995

    This datalayer will display the name, address, media type (newspaper, radio, magazine, journal, supplement, or guide), circulation, and wattage for...

  3. Map of Connecticut : prepared especially for the National Newspaper Directory & Gazetteer, Pettingill & Co., Publishers, Boston, Mass.

    Matthews-Northrup Company.
    1900

    Scale 1:570,240. 9 miles to the in.; 1 map: color; 22 x 28 cm Connecticut--Maps

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