terça-feira, 25 de outubro de 2005

"All The News Fit To Print" - cabeçalho do New York Times [25 Outubro 1896]

"October 25, 1896- The Times slogan: "All The News That's Fit To Print" makes its first appearance on the editorial page." [ler aqui]

"All the News That's Fit to Print" coined by Ochs himself after a contest finds no stronger candidate for a slogan, first appears on the editorial page. It moves to Page 1 on February 10, 1897"

"When my great grandfather Adolph Ochs created the slogan 'All the News That's Fit to Print' a century ago, it was his way of declaring the newspaper's intention to report the news impartially during a time when yellow journalism prevailed ..." [ler aqui]

Locais: The New York Times / The New York Times: A Chronology 1851-2001 / The New York Times [Art History] / Adolph Ochs / All The News Fit To Print / "The New York Times was established in 1851..." / The ironic and historic dimensions to scandals at New York Times