American press

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Hello everybody. My second work about American press.   1)  San Francisco Chronicle The San Francisco Chronicle is a newspaper serving the San Francisco Bay Area of the U.S. state of California...

Hello everybody. My second work about American press.


1)  San Francisco Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle is a newspaper serving the San Francisco Bay Area of the U.S. state of California. Despite an illustrious and long history, the paper's news reportage is not as extensive as in the past. The current day Chronicle has followed the trend of other American newspapers, devoting increasing attention to local and regional news and cultural and entertainment criticism to the detriment of the paper's traditionally strong national and international reportage, though the paper does maintain a Washington. his increased focus on local news is a response to the competition from other Bay Area newspapers including the resurrected San Francisco Examiner, the Oakland Tribune, the Contra Costa Times and the San Jose Mercury News.


2) Pioneer Press

The St. Paul Pioneer Press is a newspaper based in St. Paul, Minnesota, primarily serving the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Circulation is heaviest in the eastern metro region, including Ramsey, Dakota, and Washington counties, along with western Wisconsin, eastern Minnesota and Anoka County, Minnesota. The paper primarily competes with the Star Tribune, based in neighboring Minneapolis. If you want, you’ll have contact with press.e.x. in web: «Contact Us

The Pioneer Press, a Media News Group newspaper and the winner of three Pulitzer Prizes, serves readers and advertisers in the Twin Cities’ East Metro region and Western Wisconsin. The newspaper also is available at more than 1,300 West Metro and Minneapolis locations, including both newspaper boxes and retail store newsstands.

The Pioneer Press – with its increasingly familiar bulldog brand – reflects the journalism excellence, distinctive personalities and tenacious, loyal and dependable spirit readers and advertisers find in Minnesota’s First Newspaper.»


3) The Virginian-Pilot

The Virginian-Pilot (commonly called "The Pilot") is a daily newspaper based in Norfolk, Virginia, and serving the Hampton Roads metropolitan area, southeastern Virginia, the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and northeastern North Carolina. The flagship property of Landmark Media Enterprises, The Pilot is Virginia's largest daily metro paper. It is sometimes erroneously called The VIRGINIA Pilot. he paper operates satellite offices in Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Portsmouth, and Chesapeake, and on the Outer Banks of North Carolina in Nags Head. The paper's printing facility, once located also in the downtown Norfolk headquarters, is in Virginia Beach. The Virginian-Pilot is a division of Pilot Media Companies, which includes, Pilot Direct printing, LNC (Local News on Cable)/Pilot13 News,, Inside Business, Link, The Flagship, Military Newspapers of Virginia, and other supplemental print and web businesses.


4) The Miami Herald

The Miami Herald is a daily newspaper owned by The McClatchy Company headquartered on Biscayne Bay in the Omni district ofDowntown MiamiFloridaUnited States. The newspaper employs over 800 people in Miami and across several bureaus, including Bogotá, Managua, Tallahassee, Vero Beach, Key West, and shared space in McClatchy's Washington bureau. Its newsroom staff of about 450 includes 144 reporters, 69 editors, 69 copy editors, 29 photographers, five graphic artists (not including page designers), 11 columnists, six critics, 48 editorial specialists, and 18 news assistants. Well-known columnists are Pulitzer-winning political commentator Leonard Pitts, Jr., humorist Dave Barry and novelist Carl Hiaasen. Other columnists include Fred Grimm and Edwin Pope. David Landsberg is the publisher, and Aminda Marqués Gonzalez[4] is the executive editor. The Miami Herald also operates Politifact Florida, a website that focuses on the truth about Florida issues; the site is jointly-operated with its partner newspaper, the St. Petersburg Times, which created the Politifact concept. The Miami Herald and the Times share resources on news stories related to Florida.


5) Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Las Vegas Review-Journal is published in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. It is the largest circulating daily newspaper in Nevada, and one of two daily newspapers in Las Vegas. Righthaven sued a Boston-based cat blogger over her attribution to a Review-Journal story on her blog.[7] Righthaven CEO Steve Gibson's vision is to "monetize news content on the backend, by scouring the internet for infringing copies of his client's articles, then suing and relying on the harsh penalties in the Copyright Act — up to $150,000 for a single infringement — to compel quick settlements."

None of the more than one hundred litigation matters filed in the United States District Court for the District of Nevada have yet gone to trial, although a number have settled for nuisance value, such as the case filed by Righthaven LLC against the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws Therefore, it has not been tested by the courts to determine if the use of Review-Journal would be protected under copyright law and the Fair use doctrine.


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