E. W. Scripps and the Business of Newspapers (History of Communication)
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Edward Willis Scripps revolutionized the newspaper industry by applying modern business practices to his chain of more than forty newspapers and creating a telegraphic news service and illustrated news features syndicate. This title presents a portrait of this entrepreneurial giant, drawing on Scripps' business correspondence.
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