America's last great newspaper war : the death of print in a two-tabloid town.

Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: NEW YORK : FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020Description: 1 online resourceISBN: 0823287408; 9780823287406; 9780823287390; 0823287394Subject(s): Daily news (New York, N.Y. : 1920) | New York post | American newspapers -- History -- 21st century | Tabloid newspapers -- United States -- History -- 21st century | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / JournalismGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 071.471 LOC classification: PN4899.N43Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Prologue: "Shell Shock for News Nuts" -- 1 "Serb Thug to New York ... Kiss My Ash" -- 2 "All Play, No Pay for Page Fix" -- 3 "Ford to City: Drop Dead" -- 4 "Cops Shoot Groom Dead" -- 5 "N.J. Miss in a Fix Over Her Pics!" -- 6 "2 Cops Shot During Traffic Stop" -- 7 "Tracked Down and Busted in Pa. Woods" -- 8 "Sports' Worst Nightmare" -- 9 "'Mayday' Last Call from Doomed Bravest at Ground Zero" -- Photographs -- 10 "The Juice Is on the Loose: O.J. Simpson Leaves Jail after Posting 125,000 Bail"
11 "Preppie Killer Robert Chambers Acts Like a 'Dumb' Doper" -- 12 "Legend of Jim Leyritz's Swing against Braves Spoiled by His Swigs" -- 13 "If Spitzer Really Wore Socks in Bed, May Mean Fear of Intimacy: Sex Experts" -- 14 "Ma Goes to Bat for Derek Jeter" -- 15 "What to Tell Kids When Daddy Has Two Families" -- 16 "Temple of Doom ... Madoff Fleeced Fifth Avenue Synagogue" -- Glossary -- Notes -- Index
Summary: Recounts the story of America's last great newspaper war between the New York Daily News and the New York Post, as both papers' long rivalry turned existential amid the rise of digital news. The story is told through the eyes of the reporters, or ""runners,"" and photographers who fought the war on the ground in cities across America.
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Recounts the story of America's last great newspaper war between the New York Daily News and the New York Post, as both papers' long rivalry turned existential amid the rise of digital news. The story is told through the eyes of the reporters, or ""runners,"" and photographers who fought the war on the ground in cities across America.

Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Prologue: "Shell Shock for News Nuts" -- 1 "Serb Thug to New York ... Kiss My Ash" -- 2 "All Play, No Pay for Page Fix" -- 3 "Ford to City: Drop Dead" -- 4 "Cops Shoot Groom Dead" -- 5 "N.J. Miss in a Fix Over Her Pics!" -- 6 "2 Cops Shot During Traffic Stop" -- 7 "Tracked Down and Busted in Pa. Woods" -- 8 "Sports' Worst Nightmare" -- 9 "'Mayday' Last Call from Doomed Bravest at Ground Zero" -- Photographs -- 10 "The Juice Is on the Loose: O.J. Simpson Leaves Jail after Posting 125,000 Bail"

11 "Preppie Killer Robert Chambers Acts Like a 'Dumb' Doper" -- 12 "Legend of Jim Leyritz's Swing against Braves Spoiled by His Swigs" -- 13 "If Spitzer Really Wore Socks in Bed, May Mean Fear of Intimacy: Sex Experts" -- 14 "Ma Goes to Bat for Derek Jeter" -- 15 "What to Tell Kids When Daddy Has Two Families" -- 16 "Temple of Doom ... Madoff Fleeced Fifth Avenue Synagogue" -- Glossary -- Notes -- Index

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