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PROJECT THE BRITISH PRESS Муниципальное Образовательное Бюджетное Учреждение Средняя Общеобразовательная Школа 19 Prepared by Labzina Irina Checked by Mironova N.I. Тульская обл.,Богородицкий р-он.,пос.Товарковский гг.
Contents Popular newspapers UK Page Scandal newspapers UK Page The press in the country Page 13. Questions Page 14. Literature Page 15. From me Page 16.
Popular newspapers UK Probably in no other country are there such great differences between the various national daily newspapers in the type of news they report and the way they report it. On the one hand, there are the "quality" newspapers: The Times, The Independent, The Guardian, the Financial Times and The Daily Telegraph. These concern themselves, as far as possible, with factual reports of major national and international events, with the world of politics and business and with the arts and sport.
The Times Daily newspaper in the UK, one of the world's most famous newspapers. It appears in print in At the present time "Times" published in the «Times Newspapers Limited» and wholly owned subsidiary of «News Corporation», the head of which is Rupert Murdoch. On Sunday newspaper is a variant of «The Sunday Times». Traditionally it is believed that a newspaper adheres to the moderate right-wing views and support of the Conservative Party, although in the last parliamentary elections, the newspaper openly supported the Labour Party than contributed to their success. Many newspapers have borrowed the name from «The Times», for example, the U.S. «The New York Times», Indian «The Times of India» and others. "Times" was founded by John Walter (born) in 1785 and was then called «The Daily Universal Register» (English "Daily News list"), became an editor himself, Walter. January 1, 1788, after the 940 release, the name was changed to «The Times».
The Daily Telegraph On the heels of the Guardian should be another major British newspaper The Daily Telegraph. Monthly on-line version of its 3.9 million people attended. The daily Telegraph was founded in Becoming the first newspaper in Britain, cheap, she was initially too radical (and at the same time, the insanely popular). Today, her readers are mainly from the middle and upper classes with conservative views. The Daily Telegraph has a good reputation for their interesting articles on various topics and is considered a quality newspaper in Britain. It is published in London and comes with a circulation of one million copies.
The rating agency comScore has conducted research in the field of popular British newspaper websites. According to the results, leading the online version of newspaper Guardian. Each month, here come more than four million visitors. Moreover, the materials on this site may be different from the materials of paper publications. The Guardian - a daily political newspaper in the UK, which was founded in Its circulation of copies. On the political views of the Guardian referred to as left-liberal. It is believed that the newspaper is in a fairly close relationship with the Labour Party of Great Britain The Guardian
Scandal newspapers UK On the other hand, there are the "populars" and "tabloids," so- called because of their smaller size. The tabloids the most widely read of which are The Daily Mail, The Daily Express, the Daily Mirror, The Sun and The Daily Star concentrate on more emotive reporting of stories often featuring sex, violence, the Royal Family, film and pop stars, and sport. It's often said that the popular press aims to entertain its readers rather than inform them.
The Daily Mirror British tabloid, founded in Circulation as of June 2011 was 1,170,541 copies. Twice in its history (from 1985 to 1987 and from 1997 to 2002), the newspaper was called The Mirror. It was under this title The Daily Mirror is known among his readers. The Daily Mirror gradually loses its reputation as a result of numerous scandals. associated with the publication of false news. The Sunday Mirror - Sunday's issue of The Daily Mirror. The first issue was published in 1915 as the Sunday Pictorial, received its present name in Circulation on the issue in February 2010 was 1,155,975 copies. As editor of Sunday issue is Tina Weaver.
Daily Express British tabloid. This is the name of the property of publication Express Newspapers, which is now owned by Richard Desmond. In June 2011 circulation of 625,952. Express Newspapers also publishes the «Daily Express», Sunday Express (since 1918), Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday. «Daily Express» was founded in 1900 by Arthur Pearson, after the loss of sold it to Lord Beaverbrook in It was one of the first newspapers were printed, and where gossip, news and sports, and women's councils. This is the first newspaper in Britain, published in his crossword puzzle. The Soviet Communist leader and revolutionary Leon Trotsky after his exile from the Soviet Union in 1929 wrote an article in the newspaper. In March 1962, Lord Beaverbrook was attacked in the House of Commons for the fact that "directs vendetta" against the Royal Family in their newspapers. In the same month, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in one of his most famous moments unwary said about the "Express", "damn, horrible newspaper. It's full of lies, scandal, and fiction. This is - a vicious newspaper. In 2000, the tabloid Express Newspapers was bought by Richard Desmond, publisher of several journals including the Journal of celebrity OK!. Buy provoked a backlash because if Desmond also owned glad pornographic magazines such as Big Ones and Asian Babes, which is why he got the nickname "Dirty Des" (this magazine «Private Eye»). Desmond - the owner is still the most popular pornographic television channel in the UK Television X. Buy Desmond newspaper led to the resignation of many officers, including then- editor, Rosie Boycott, and columnist Peter Hitchens transition in The Mail on Sunday, refused on moral reasons to work for a newspaper owned by pornography activist.
In late 2008, Express newspapers began to carry out a plan to reduce 80 jobs to reduce costs by £ 2,5 million. Some employees have agreed to quit on their own. In early 2008, due to such reductions has been organized for the first 18 years of a 24-hour strike of workers in the UK press. At the end of August 2009 was presented to the next plan job cuts, affecting an «Daily Express», «Sunday Express», «Daily Star» and «Daily Star Sunday». In 1918 was launched Sunday Express. At the present time it is edited by Martin Townsend. Circulation in September 2010 amounted to 560,273 weekly, while his main rival «Mail on Sunday» has sold 1,969,990 copies in the same period.
Daily Mail Mass English daily newspaper. Published since The second largest circulation daily newspaper in the UK (after The Sun). It was one of the first British newspapers to the middle class today is the only one of more than 50% of readers which - women. It was the first newspaper, which sold one million copies in one day. Had a few "national" - Irish, Scottish, Indian - versions. Since 1975, published in a compact format. Several times to accept responsibility for libel. In the 1930's. Twentieth century, published several pro-Nazi articles Lord Rothermere.
The press in the country The tabloid press is much more popular than the quality press. In some countries, newspapers are owned by government or by political parties. This is not the case in Britain. Newspapers here are mostly owned by individuals or by publishing companies, and the editors of the papers are usually allowed considerate freedom of expression. This is not to say that newspapers are without political bias. Papers like The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Express and The Sun, for example, usually reflect Conservative opinions in their comment and reporting, while the Daily Mirror and The Guardian have a more left-wing bias. In addition to the 12 national daily newspapers there are nine national papers which are published on Sundays. Most of the "Sundays" contain more reading matter than daily papers, and several of them also include "colour supplements" separate colour magazines which contain photographically illustrated feature articles. Reading a Sunday paper, like having a big Sunday lunch, is an important tradition in many British households. Besides, nearly every area in Britain has one or more local newspapers. The British are one of the biggest newspaper-reading nations in the world.
Questions 1. What «quality» newspapers do you know? 2. What do they concern themselves with? 3. What does a «tabloid» mean? 4. What «popular» newspapers do you know? 5. It`s often said that the aim of the popular press is to enter its readers rather than inform them. What kind of materials do these newspapers concentrate on? 6. Are «quality» papers more popular than «tabloids»? 7. In some countries, newspapers are owned by government or by political parties. What about Britain? 8. What`s the difference between daily newspapers and «Sundays»? 9. What does a «colour supplement» mean? 10. Are the British one of the biggest newspaper-reading nations in the world?
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