At the last Yale-Harvard football game, it conveyed almost instantaneous news to
fifty thousand people in various parts of New England.
When she repeated Fred's news to
Lydgate, he said, "Take care you don't drop the faintest hint to Ladislaw, Rosy.
I will go to Meryton," said she, "as soon as I am dressed, and tell the good, good news to
my sister Philips.
School counselors often have to give difficult news to
parents, a process that can be stressful and troubling for everyone involved.
selling The Detroit News to
MediaNews while at the same time buying the Detroit Free Press from Knight-Ridder.
Similarly, Keith Williams, communications director for the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, checks the audio news to
keep abreast of issues affecting rural America.
Instead, he considers news to
be a modern social and cultural form.
After all, in kowtowing to the Butchers of Beijing, the lords of the media universe -- including "conservative" mogul Rupert Murdoch -- have admitted that they shape, mold, and sculpt the news to
benefit that corrupt ruling elite.
Scripps provided the seed money for Science Service in 1920, he intended to fund an organization that would provide accurate, timely research news to
counter the sensationalism and superstition that passed for science reporting at the time.
1932: Keffer sells his share of the Van Nuys News to
William Colfax Markham and his sons, Maurice and Ralph.