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by William D. Sloan

Author: William D. Sloan
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (September 30, 1994)
Pages: 248 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.3
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Journalism in America began as a "humble" affair and became a political force in the campaign for American independence. Following independence, the first amendment to the .

Journalism in America began as a "humble" affair and became a political force in the campaign for American independence. The press became a key support element to the country's political parties but also organized religious institutions.

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American Journalism History : An Annotated Bibliography. Bibliographies and Indexes in Mass Media and Communications. By (author) William David Sloan. The history of the American news media has been a popular subject with journalists, popular writers, and historians since the early years of the Republic, and it continues to attract widespread interest.

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Early American Newspapering. Virginia planter William Byrd, 1690. Facsimile of the first and only issue of the English-American colonies' first newspaper, published in Boston 1690. We are here at the end of the World, and Europe may bee turned topsy turvy ere wee can hear a word of it. -Virginia planter William Byrd, 1690. In seventeenth-century America, colonial governments had rather do without newspapers than brook their annoyance. Not until 1690 did the first English-American news sheet debut-Boston's Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick, published by Benjamin Harris.

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The first book in a six-volume series on the history of American journalism, this volume provides a survey of the earliest printing in the American colonies, up through the Revolutionary War. The work focuses on the nature of journalism during the years covered, considers noteworthy figures, examines the relationship of journalism to society, and provides explanations for the main directions that journalism was taking.

Early American printing was animated by remarkable vitality and sophistication, with the life of each newspaper and printer being marked by individual ideas and individual struggles. Early Americans also had quite sophisticated ideas about the role and operation of the press. In this survey, the authors try to suggest the complexities of the early American press. They address such issues as why newspapers first appeared, the purpose that newspaper operators saw for themselves, the role of the practice of journalism in the colonial press, and the role of the press in influencing public opinion. Their primary focus, however, is on the essential nature of the early American press and the factors that accounted for that character.