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How many daily newspapers are in Pennsylvania?
How many daily newspapers are in Pennsylvania?
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There are 76 daily newspapers in Pennsylvania.
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There are 76 daily newspapers in Pennsylvania.
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Which of these newspapers, published in PA, was the nation’s first daily newspaper?
Which of these newspapers, published in PA, was the nation’s first daily newspaper?
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On September 21, 1784 the Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser became the first daily newspaper.
On September 21, 1784 the Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser became the first daily newspaper.
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Approximately how many adults in PA currently read a print or digital newspaper each week?
Approximately how many adults in PA currently read a print or digital newspaper each week?
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8 out of 10 adults in PA currently read a print or digital newspaper each week.
8 out of 10 adults in PA currently read a print or digital newspaper each week.
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Which famous Pennsylvanian first introduced a cartoon in the newspaper?
Which famous Pennsylvanian first introduced a cartoon in the newspaper?
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Benjamin Franklin drew "Join, or Die," which was a political cartoon first published in the Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754.
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Benjamin Franklin drew "Join, or Die," which was a political cartoon first published in the Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754.
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What was the first penny paper in the United States?
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What was the first penny paper in the United States?
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The Sun, published by Benjamin Day, was the first penny paper in the United States.
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The Sun, published by Benjamin Day, was the first penny paper in the United States.
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What was the first continuous newspaper in the Middle Colonies, and the third in all the colonies?
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What was the first continuous newspaper in the Middle Colonies, and the third in all the colonies?
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 In 1719, Andrew Bradford issued the American Weekly Mercury, the first continuous newspaper in the Middle Colonies – the third in all the colonies.
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In 1719, Andrew Bradford issued the American Weekly Mercury, the first continuous newspaper in the Middle Colonies – the third in all the colonies.
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The Pennsylvania State Library is home to the Pennsylvania newspaper collection.  How many microfilm reels and bound volumes of Pennsylvania's newpaper records does the collection hold?
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The Pennsylvania State Library is home to the Pennsylvania newspaper collection. How many microfilm reels and bound volumes of Pennsylvania's newpaper records does the collection hold?
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The State Library's collection of historic and current newspapers is comprised of more than 100,000 microfilm reels and over 3,000 bound volumes.
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The State Library's collection of historic and current newspapers is comprised of more than 100,000 microfilm reels and over 3,000 bound volumes.
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What two publishers were involved in a circulation battle in the late 1800s?
What two publishers were involved in a circulation battle in the late 1800s?
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Joseph Pulitzer & William Randolph Hearst engaged in a famous circulation battle in the late 1800s.
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Joseph Pulitzer & William Randolph Hearst engaged in a famous circulation battle in the late 1800s.
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Adoph Ochs was a well-known newspaper publisher in the late 1800s and early 1900s.  Select 1 of the 2 newspapers for which he served as publisher.
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Adoph Ochs was a well-known newspaper publisher in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Select 1 of the 2 newspapers for which he served as publisher.
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Adolph Ochs was the publisher of the Chattanooga Times and The New York Times.
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Adolph Ochs was the publisher of the Chattanooga Times and The New York Times.
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