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Careers in Journalism bargains all of the info occupation seekers have to discover and select a career after which slender it right down to a role that fits them. The ebook offers an summary of journalism, outlines task innovations, and exhibits find out how to plan and get ready for a occupation.

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Two other successful newspaper tycoons, Etienne Parent of Le Canadien and Edward Whelan of the Charlottetown Examiner, also enjoyed great editorial freedom due to their roles as publisher-politicians. Back in the United States, another important newspaper that sprang up at this time was the New York Times, established in 1851 by Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones. Distinctively, it presented a moderate point of view and avoided scandal. After Raymond's death, the circulation declined until 1896, when it was taken over by Adolph Ochs.

Newspapers at War The popularity of newspapers was given a boost by the Civil War because readers were interested in finding out the daily details of happenings on the battle- Page 13 fields. Newspapers also intensified the breach between the North and the South. Gone was the sense of oneness that had existed since the Revolution. Again the presses often became partisan, espousing only their particular points of view, even to the point of promoting bigotry and hate. The results of the war were to increase newspaper circulation, demonstrate the success of the press associations, and increase the importance of war correspondents.

Generally they work eight or more hours a day, perhaps even six or seven days a week, to meet their deadlines. Work can- Page 23 not be completed too far in advance though, because the editorial cartoonist must be right on target with the most current news. On a typical day, a staff cartoonist will begin by listening to and reading the morning news reports, proceed to a morning meeting, allow inspiration to strike, and spend the rest of the day working on the editorial cartoon. In terms of payment, at the Hartford Courant for instance, editorial cartoons bring between $75 and $150 each.

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