The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal is an American English-language international daily newspaper. It is published in New York City by Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corporation, along with the Asian and European editions of the Journal. Published since July 8, 1889.
The Journal is the largest newspaper in the United States, by circulation. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it has a circulation of 2.1 million copies as of March 2010, compared to USA Today's 1.8 million. Its main rival, in the business newspaper sector, is the London-based Financial Times, which also publishes several international editions. However, in terms of circulation, India's The Economic Times is the second most circulated business daily, after the Journal.
The Journal primarily covers American economic and international business topics, and financial news and issues. Its name derives from Wall Street, located in New York City, which is the heart of the financial district. The main headings: European news, USA, Asian news, World, Business and Finance, Opinion, Interview, Markets, Art, Sport. Style of journalistic texts rather strict. No screaming headlines. Information materials operate on the statistics and figures. Analytical articles on different deep thinking process.
Despite his reputation as "Journal" as a conservative newspaper, its editors stress the independence and impartiality of their reporters, but at least one study of media bias found that the message is rejected by the publication of news in the "left" if anything happens. Authors: James Taranto, Mary O'Grady, Bret Stephens, Holman W. Jenkins Jr, Daniel Henninger, Kimberley Strassel, Peggy Noonan.
The original Boston Herald was founded in 1846 by a group of Boston printers jointly under the name of John A. French & Company. The paper was published as a single two-sided sheet, selling for one cent. It has circulation about 185,832. Its format – is popular tabloid. As an example of tabloid newspaper is always looking for sensations and does not hesitate to penetrate beyond the limits of privacy of famous people. However, the newspaper enjoys not only notoriety. It also has a quiet and small notes with strong style. In other words, the publication does not adhere to any one style. Here we have their mix.
The feedback link with readers is blogs. On the web site the most active journalists are publish the additional information for their tradition materials. Readers comment on a blog, put him evaluated. The permanent feedback communication is often supports with the authors. The most popular bloggers of this newspaper: Ian Rapoport, Bill Burke, Megan Johnson, Mark A. Perigard, Christine McConville, Holly Robichaud, Greg Turner. They are publishes in four different tipes: News & Business Blogs, Entertainment Blogs, Sports Blogs and Lifestyle Blogs.
The Chicago Tribune is a major daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, and the flagship publication of the Tribune Company. Themes: news, businnes, sports, health, opinion, travel, cars, entertainment, shopping. The newspaper has no feedback link with readers. The permanent feedback communication supports by heading «Ask Amy». Amy Dickinson answers your different questions. Style texts quite free. Use short sentences, no complicated turns. In the newspaper a lot of criminal reports. News about the detention of dangerous criminals are accompanied by large photographs. Graphically on a map is allocated a place where there are crooks, rapists and murderers.
The Washington Post
The Washington Post is the largest newspaper and its oldest still-existing paper, founded in 1877. Located in the capital of the United States, The Post has a particular emphasis on national politics. D.C., Maryland, and Virginia editions are printed for daily circulation. The newspaper is published as a broadsheet, with photographs printed both in color and black and white. Additional weekly sections appear on weekdays: Health & Science on Tuesday, Food on Wednesday, Local Living (home and garden) on Thursday, and Weekend, with details about upcoming events in the local area, on Friday. The latter two are in a tabloid format. The newspaper objectively highlights the U.S. governmentThe feedback link with readers is blogs.
Every day The Washington Post receives hundreds of news tips from community and business leaders, government workers, parents, cab drivers, students and people from all over the metropolitan area. Many tips become items on washingtonpost.com/local or in the next day's paper. Some even provide the first break in a major story that has a profound impact on affairs in the capital, the nation and the world.
Unfortunately, there is never enough space in any single edition to print everything that is written in our newsroom that day. Only about 180,000 words – a fraction of the more than 2 million words written each day by more than 500 Post reporters, editors, web producers and foreign correspondents – is printed in the newspaper. Far more is included on our Web site, but there is much cut in the editing process.
The newspaper has got a lot of famous authors:
Joel Achenbach (writer)
Jaehoon Ahn (researcher, journalist)
Anne Applebaum (writer, Pulitzer Prize)
Marie Arana (editor of Book World)
Cathy Areu (contributing editor, “First Person Singular”)
Peter Baker (White House reporter)
Dan Balz (national political reporter)
Rankin Barbee (writer)
Carl Bernstein (writer, Pulitzer Prize)
Andrew Beyer (horse racing columnist)
Herb Block (cartoonist, Pulitzer Prize)
Thomas Boswell (sports columnist)
David Broder (writer, Pulitzer Prize)
Tina Brown (writer)
Art Buchwald (writer, Pulitzer Prize)
Ron Charles (book critic)
The New York Post
There are Breaking News, Headline News, Sports and Celebrity News. Its daily Circulation is about 525,004 copies. Tabloid format of this newspaper dictates the style of all materials, photographs and illustrations. The newspaper focuses on the details of the sensational stories, private lives of stars. The original site included color photos and sections broken down into News, Sports, Editorial, Gossip, Entertainment and Business. It also had an archive for the past seven days. Since then, it has been redesigned a number of times — with the latest incarnation launched on September 6, 2009. In 2005 the website implemented a registration requirement but removed it in July 2006. You can read The New York Post in its true printed format from anywhere in the world. The New York Post is enhanced with the latest digital tools, including RSS feeds, social networking, blogging and much more.
The current website also features continually updated breaking news; entertainment, business, and sports blogs; links to Page Six Magazine; photo and video galleries; original Post videos; user-submitted photos and comments; and streaming video for live events.
Thus, each of the analyzed publications differ from each other in the style of publications, the authors composition, design. Each of these newspapers has its own characteristics due to the long history of existence. Betrayed audience is in constant interaction with reporters. From year to year edition confirms its status, hardened to a change of epochs.