Fort Lauderdale's entry into the major urban newspaper market. If you live here, you read the Sun-Sentinel.Period.
The Miami Herald
The Miami Herald is South Florida's newspaper. It effectively represents Miami as one of America's international gateways. You can read the Miami Herald right here on the GMCA web site. Just click on the Miami Herald graphic to the right or Click Here!
The New York Times
"All the news that's fit to print". One of the paragons of western journalism. Despite residing in Florida for the past six years, I continue to receive the "Sunday Times"! Ochs and Sulzberger live on. Check out The New York Times on GMCA. CLICK HERE or on the picture of the NYT front page in the upper right corner to go to the New York Times Index Page. Its Phat!
The Washington Post
A world-class monument to journalistic excellence, the Washington Post is responsible for consistantly impacting our political environment. The Pentagon Papers, the Nixon Tapes, and dozens of other examples of editorial and investigative hot wax bespeckle the history of Ben Bradlee's and Katherine Graham's progeny. FYI, Governor-Senator Robert Graham is Katherine Graham's nephew! BTW...The Washington Post is on the GMCA Web Site. CLICK HERE to go to the Washington Post Index Page. Select a category of news and click on a headline. This presents the corresponding article in its entirety.
The "Nations Newspaper" befriends 5.6 million frequent flyers, hotel and motel denizens and the traveling business world on a daily basis. Its 64-page format has allowed the time-pressed public to determine the exact number of minutes it will take to digest the entire offering each day. It's available in its entirety right here on GMCA! CLICK HERE or on the USA TODAY FRONT PAGE graphic on the upper right side of this page to get the "Nations News" on GMCA. Also available are the Special Features of the USA Weekend Magazine that supplements 600 of the nation's newspapers.
Associated Press (AP)
Founded in 1848, The Associated Press is the oldest and largest news organization in the world. The AP is the backbone of the world's information system. In the United States alone, AP serves 5,000 radio and television stations and 1,700 newspapers. Add to that the 8,500 newspaper, radio and television subscribers in 121 countries overseas, and you'll have some idea of AP's reach. 242 bureaus worldwide support the industry's most sophisticated digital photo network. AP uses state of the art "SNAPfeed" technology to seamlessly link print and broadcast media to video resources in the field.
Started in October 1851 by German-born immigrant Paul Julius Reuter, Reuters transmitted stock market quotations between London and Paris via the new Calais-Dover cable. As overland telegraph and undersea cable facilities developed, the business expanded beyond Europe to include the Far East in 1872 and South America in 1874. In 1883, Reuters began to use a ‘column printer’ to transmit messages electrically to London newspapers and in 1923 pioneered the use of radio to transmit news internationally. They continue to be one of the world's premier news services by combining a sterling history of vast experience with pioneering technologies. Their international perspective renders them unique as a resource. Click Here or on the Reuters Graphic above to enjoy the daily news uptake from Reuters on GMCA!
Ted Turner's baby has grown into an incredibly successful bastion of broadcast journalism. They cover it first, they cover it live, and they bring it to us through our beloved tube.
Old meets new. The marriage of the National Broadcasting Company's traditionally esteemed news organization and the vast high-tech and financial resources of Bill Gates' offspring has borne fruit. MSNBC, although a new kid on the block, has developed a huge following. CLICK HERE or on the MS/NBC graphic on the upper right side of this page to get the full daily offering of this vibrant news organization on GMCA.
United Press International (UPI)
Founded in 1907 by E.W. Scripps as the United Press (UP), United Press International became known as UPI when the UP merged with the International News Service in 1958, which was founded in 1909 by William Randolph Hearst. UPI, owned by News World Communications (a media group founded by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon that includes The Washington Times newspaper), is a global operation headquartered in Washington, DC with offices in Beirut, Hong Kong, London, Santiago, Seoul and Tokyo.
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