American Newspaper Publishers, 1950-1990, Volume 127
Perry J. Ashley
Gale / Cengage Learning, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 424 pages
Concentrates on American newspaper developments and the role these newspapers continue to play in the nation's communication spectrum. Deals with those individuals who have published major newspapers with regional and national reputations and have put together newspaper chains, multimedia corporations, and media conglomerates.
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