Lecture 12 exploring international print media 02

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1. Shaolin Shaon Exploring International Print Media Top 10 International Newspapers FLT224:Journalism for Print and Electronic Media

2. 4. The Washington Post (USA) • largest and the oldest newspaper of Washington D.C. • founded in 1877 by Stilson Hutchins. • In 1975, launched three new weekly zoned sections, the Maryland, District and Virginia Weeklies. • These three sections were later transformed into 10 local news sections to provide greater coverage of community news, activities and features of special interest to readers living in the regions served. 5/22/2020 Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 2Stilson Hutchins

3. The Washington Post (USA) 5/22/2020 3 JournalismforPrintandElectronicMedia Type Daily newspaper Format Broadsheet Owner(s) Nash Holdings Founder(s) Stilson Hutchins Publisher Fred Ryan Editor Martin Baron Fred Ryan

4. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 4 Managing editors Emilio Garcia-Ruiz Cameron Barr Tracy Grant Staff writers ~800 (journalists) Founded December 6, 1877; 142 years ago Language English Headquarters  1301 K Street NW  Washington, D.C., U.S. 2007 Country United States

5. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 5 Circulation 356,768 (Daily, 2015) 838,014 (Sunday, 2013) 1,000,000 (Digital, 2018) ISSN 0190-8286 OCLC number 2269358 Website washingtonpost.com

6. 5. China Daily (China) • Established on June 1, 1981, • an English-language daily newspaper in China. • Also known as “Window to China” • it is headquartered in Beijing. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 5/22/2020 6

7. China Daily (China) 5/22/2020 Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 7 Type Daily newspaper Format Broadsheet Owner(s)  Communist Party of China  State Council Information Office (escrow) Founded 1 June 1981 Political alignment Communist Party of China Headquarters 15 Huixin Street East, Chaoyang District, Beijing Circulation 900,000 (600,000 international, 300,000 domestic)

8. 6. The Times of India (India) • started on November 3, 1838 • with the name of “The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce”. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 8 5/22/2020

9. The Times of India (India) 5/22/2020 9 JournalismforPrintandElectronicMedia Type Daily newspaper Format Broadsheet Owner(s) The Times Group Publisher Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. Editor-in-chief Jaideep Bose Founded 3 November 1838; 181 years ago Language English Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Country India Circulation 2,640,770 daily[1] (as of January–June 2019) Sister newspapers The Economic Times Navbharat Times Maharashtra Times Ei Samay Mumbai Mirror Bhubaneswar Times ISSN 0971-8257 OCLC number 23379369 Website timesofindia.com

10. 7. The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) • Founded in 1831 as Sydney Herald • was founded by Englishmen Alfred Ward Stephens, Frederick Stokes, and William McGarvie, who all worked for the Sydney Gazette. • In 1995, the company launched smh.com.au, the newspaper’s web edition 5/22/2020 10

11. The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) Headquarters 1 Darling Island Road, Pyrmont, New South Wales Circulation 104,000 (February 2016) Sister newspapers  The Sun-Herald (Sunday edition)  The Age (Melbourne) ISSN 0312-6315 OCLC number 226369741 Website www.smh.com.au 5/22/2020 Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 11 Type Daily newspaper Format Compact Owner(s) Founder(s) Ward Stephens, Frederick Stokes and William McGarvie Editor Lisa Davies Founded 18 April 1831; 188 years ago (as Sydney Herald) Language English

12. 8. The Asahi Shimbun (Japan) 5/22/2020 Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 12 Began publication in osaka on 25 january 1879 As a small- print, four- page illustrated paper Sold for one sen (a hundredth of a yen) a copy Had a circulation of approximately 3,000 copies.

13. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 13 Type Daily newspaper Company type: Private Format Broadsheet Owner(s) Repurchased shares (25%) Murayama family (21.02%; 10% through the KOSETSU Museum of Art) Ueno family (total 14.22% by Shōichi Ueno's death in 2016) TV Asahi (11.88%) Toppan (7.31%) Asahi Broadcasting Group Holdcorp (2.31%) Founder(s) Murayama Ryōhei Ueno Riichi Founded 25 January 1879 Political alignment Centre-left Liberalism Headquarters Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan Country Japan Circulation 7,960,000 (2010)6,572,195 (2016) Website www.asahi.com(Japanese) www.asahi.com/ajw (English)

14. 9. Dawn (Pakistan) • most widely read English-language newspaper • founded by Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Delhi, India, on 26 October 1941 as a mouthpiece for the Muslim League. • The first issue was printed at Latifi Press on 12 October 1942. 5/22/2020 Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 14

15. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 15 Launched 25 May 2007 (Test Transmission) 23 July 2007 (live) Network Dawn Owned by Dawn Media Group Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV) Country Pakistan Language Urdu Broadcast area Pakistan International Headquarters Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan Sister channel(s) CityFM89 Website Dawn

16. 10. Zaman (Turkey) • Founded in 1986 • first Turkish daily to go online in 1995 • a major, high-circulation daily newspaper in Turkey. • known to be strongly related to the Gülen movement of the Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen, but Gülen himself is not the owner. • Although it declares itself as in support of democracy and secularism, Zaman is generally regarded as Islamic, or Islamist, by most sources. 5/22/2020 Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 16

17. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 17 Type Daily newspaper Format Berliner Owner(s) Feza Publications Editor-in-chief Abdülhamit Bilici (October 2015 – March 5, 2016) Founded 1986 Political alignment Before seizure: Gülen movement; After seizure: pro-government[1]

18. Journalism for Print and Electronic Media 18 Language Turkish Headquarters Fevzi Çakmak Mah. A. Taner Kışlalı Cad. No:6 34194 Bahçelievler City İstanbul Country Turkey Circulation 2,424[2] (as of 4 April 2016) Website www.zaman.com.tr

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