Why Willard "Mitt" Romney is Mass. Governor?
Sat Nov 22 23:10:25 EST 2003
The Record was the morning paper that sctually came out the afternoon
before, the American was the real morning, early afternoon paper, and
the Advertiser was Sunday only. In 1961 the Record and American became
an all day paper.
The Hearst papers survived for years printing the "street number"
Ironic that the only local station that does editorials is WCVB owned by
On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 9:05pm, Garrett Wollman wrote:
> <<On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 20:47:30 -0500 (EST), Sven Franklyn Weil
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
>> However the Record, Traveler and Advertiser certainly didn't survive
>> independent editorial voices with their own points of view and
> Well, the Record and the Advertiser didn't have independent editorial
> voices: they were Hearst papers. (As was a third paper which
> published on Sundays only.) In fact, Hearst swapped the names around
> more than once.
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