The Press: East vs. West

A writer for Newspaperdom, journalistic trade-sheet, compared newspapers of the West and East, noted differences. He proposed that Eastern editors learn from Westerners: 1) "Greater local pride and booster spirit." (Said he: "The booster spirit of the Far West is familiar to everyone." ) 2) "Greater attention to school news." 3) "Higher subscription prices." That the West learn from the East: 1) "More attention to the man who writes to the papers" (i.e., cinema, sport, health, politics, joke fans.) 2) " Better sporting departments." 3) "Better...

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