Associated Newspapers

[ə,səuʃɪeɪtɪd'njuːs,peɪpəz]
"Ассо́шиэйтед нью́спейперз" (газетный концерн; контролирует газеты "Дейли мейл" [Daily Mail] и "Мейл он санди" [Mail on Sunday]. Создан в 1905 лордом Ротермиром [Lord Rothermere])

English-Russian Great Britain dictionary (Великобритания. Лингвострановедческий словарь). 2014.

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  • Associated Newspapers Ltd — Infobox Company company name=Associated Newspapers company logo= company type=Media foundation=1905 location=Kensington, London key people=Kevin Beatty Lord Rothermere Paul Dacre industry=Mass media products=Newspapers and Websites revenue=profit …   Wikipedia

  • Associated Northcliffe Digital — ( AND ) is the digital publishing arm of Associated Newspapers and Northcliffe Newspapers Group, part of the Daily Mail and General Trust. It was formed in mid 2006 from Associated New Media, Associated New Ventures and Northcliffe Electronic… …   Wikipedia

  • Associated-Rediffusion — Infobox ITV franchisee name = Associated Rediffusion Rediffusion, London based = London area = London and surrounding counties owner = BET, Broadcast Relay Services airdate = 22 September 1955 as Associated Rediffusion most likely to be 6 April… …   Wikipedia

  • Associated Press of Pakistan — (APP) is a government operated national news agency of Pakistan. It is not associated with the Associated Press agency (AP).HistoryThe authentic history of the Associated Press of Pakistan as told by the Founder of the Associated Press of… …   Wikipedia

  • Newspapers in the United States — Newspapers have declined in their influence and penetration into American households over the years.[citation needed] The closest thing to a national paper the U.S. has is USA Today,[citation needed] which along with the influential dailies the… …   Wikipedia

  • newspapers — are a crucial part of contemporary Chinese cultural life, selling hundreds of millions of copies every day. Newspapers have been at the forefront of media change as newspaper journalists have had greater leeway to test the limits set by the Party …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • Associated Press — Infobox Co operative company name = The Associated Press company company type = Not for profit cooperative foundation = New York City, 1846cite press release |title=19th century papers shed new light on origin of The Associated Press… …   Wikipedia

  • Newspapers of the People's Republic of China — The number of newspapers in mainland China has increased from 42 virtually all Communist Party papers in 1968 to 382 in 1980 and more than 2,200 today. In 2006, China was the largest market for daily newspapers, with 96.6m copies sold daily,… …   Wikipedia

  • Newspapers —    As in other countries, consumption of newspapers is decreasing in Russia. Many Soviet era newspapers, such as Pravda and Trud, enjoyed a special status as required reading for Communist Party members and apparatchiks. Furthermore, libraries… …   Historical Dictionary of the Russian Federation

  • Newspapers —    According to Article 118 of the Weimar Constitution,* every German has the right, within the bounds of the general laws, to express his opinion freely in word, writing, print, picture, or in any other manner. Although this marked a major… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • Associated Press —    The Associated Press was a cooperative endeavour of six New York City newspapers, begun originally in 1840 to share the expense of sending a reporter to cover the Mexican War. It now gathers and distributes news from 150 cities throughout the… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture

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