As the modern society is developing in the field of communication, there is need for enhanced means of communicating to the ever increasing numbers of people. One of the key means of communication that cannot be overlooked is the newspapers. The newspapers are critical in our daily life. Check this to see some of the top newspapers.
The Guardian (UK)
This newspaper was called The Manchester Guardian in the former days. It was inaugurated in the year 1821 by businessmen who were led by Edward John Taylor. The newspaper uses the ancient article, “Facts are sacred but comment is free,” to expound on the values that the newspaper plays with.
The Wall Street Journal (USA)
This was a creation of two business associates in the year 1882. It was initially founded as an informer of the world of finance. However, it would later turn to take a contemporary shape and rose into eminence in the 1940s. This was the time that the financial world and the industrial world of the United States were going under complete revolution. This newspaper has a special place in the hearts of the people who are into the finance field, but it also features other news making to go beyond its rating as a finance newspaper.
The New York Times (USA)
It was founded in the year 1851. The newspaper had a motto that was printed on the front page in upper left-hand corner. The newspaper came under a motto that said that it printed the news that was worth printing and nothing more. The journalists who work on this newspaper are committed to deliver quality, entertainment, and informative news to the readers in the United States as well as in other areas of the world.
The Washington Post (USA)
This is the largest as well as the oldest newspaper in the entire Washington D.C. Stilson founded it in the year 1877. A century later, in the year 1975, the newspaper came up with some weekly sections that were zoned. They were Virginia Weeklies, District, and Maryland. The three sections would later be changed to be to ten local sections of news so as to provide a wider scope of coverage. This enabled the newspaper to have more columns of entertainment and information for the readership that was increasing by the day.
China Daily (China)
This newspaper was founded in the year 1981 and its headquarters are found in Beijing. It is an English newspaper that also has the name, “Window to China.”
The Times of India (India)
This newspaper is one of the newspapers that have high levels of circulation in the entire world. It was founded in the year 1838 under the ancient name, “The Bombay Times and Commerce Journal.”
The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
The founders of this newspaper were Englishmen William, Stokes, and Alfred. All of them were working with Sydney Gazette. The web edition of this newspaper was founded in the year 1995.