We have a lot of deferent American newspapers. Some newspapers publish only entertaining articles, another report political situation.
For my short analysis I choose on-line version 5 edition: USA today,
1) USA today is a national American daily newspaper. It’s synthesizing news down to easy-to-read-and-comprehend stories. This newspaper decompounds of 3 sections: News (the oft-labeled "front page" section), Money, Sports, and Life. On Fridays, two Life sections are included: the regular Life for entertainment, which features television, a DVD column, film reviews and trends, and a travel supplement called Destinations & Diversions .
The lead story still appears on the upper-right hand of the front page. Stock and mutual fund data are presented in the Money section. Commentary and political cartoons occupy the last few pages of the News section. But USA Today is sufficiently different in aesthetics to be recognized on sight, even in a mix of other newspapers, such as at a newsstand. The overall design and layout of USA Today has been described as both neo-Victorian and Impressionist.
The opinion section prints USA Today editorials, columns by guest writers and members of the Board of Contributors, letters to the editor, and editorial cartoons.
One unique feature of the USA Today editorial page is the publication of opposing points of view: alongside the editorial board's piece on the day's topic runs an opposing view by a guest writer.
2) Newsday Despite having a tabloid format, Newsday is not known for being sensationalistic. In on line version this periodical you can find many useful things. For example: sports, entertainment, news, lifestyle, health, opinion, jobs, cars and more. I think this newspaper intended for the young generation. You don’t find in this periodical analytical article about economic. It’s tabloid and entertaining press. Newsday's use of graphics has sometimes attracted national attention.
3) Chicago Tribune. The Chicago Tribune is a major daily newspaper based in Chicago. The Chicago Tribune believes in the traditional principles of limited government; maximum individual responsibility; minimum restriction of personal liberty, opportunity and enterprise. It believes in free markets, free will and freedom of expression. These principles, while traditionally conservative, are guidelines and not reflexive dogmas. and the private institutions that play a significant role in society. The newspaper does this in the belief that the people cannot consent to be governed unless they have knowledge of, and faith in, the leaders and operations of government. The Tribune embraces the diversity of people and perspectives in its community. It is dedicated to the future of the Chicago region.
This is only region newspaper, which disturb at firstly problems of Chikago.
4) The Seattle Times. It is a newspaper serving Seattle, Washington, . It is the largest daily newspaper in the state of Washington. The Seattle Times was an afternoon paper for 104 years until March 6, 2000. It switched to morning delivery to avoid the fate of other afternoon newspapers that had shut down.
You can find information, which needs everyone. It carries a good choice news and advices. What about style, it’s look like «Washington Post».
5 ) New York Post
The New York Post is the 13th-oldest newspaper published in the United States and is generally acknowledged as the oldest to have been published continuously as a daily, although – as is the case with most other papers – its publication has been periodically interrupted by labor actions. The Post and the Daily News often take potshots at each other's work and accuracy, particularly in their respective gossip-page items.
The current website also features continually updated breaking news; entertainment, business, and sports blogs; links to Page Six Magazine; photo and video galleries; original Postvideos; user-submitted photos and comments; and streaming video for live events. The paper is well known for its sports section, which has been praised for its comprehensiveness; it begins on the back page, and among other coverage, contains columns about sports in the media by Phil Mushnick.
The Post is also well known for its gossip columnists Liz Smith and Cindy Adams.
The Post has been criticized since the beginning of Murdoch's ownership for sensationalism, blatant advocacy and conservative bias.
Узбекистан - это страна, где роскошь стала обыденностью. Это и повсеместный зелёный крупнолистовой чай. И вкусная натуральная еда с минимумом специй. И то, что дети играют среди исторических памятников.