On a recent trip to Stamford I spotted a plaque commemorating the Stamford Mercury, first printed in 1712. It remains one of Britain’s oldest newspapers still in circulation, so I thought today we would have a look at how early newspapers form our principal source for early 18th century wrecks. 598 more words
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Lloyd’s List, “cel mai vechi ziar din lume”, renunţă la versiunea tipărită şi îşi va continua activitatea doar în variantă online.
Publicaţia britanică Lloyd`s List, în care au putut fi citite ştiri despre industria transportului maritim la nivel mondial încă din 1734 şi care se prezenta ca fiind “cel mai vechi ziar din lume”, nu va mai fi tipărit începând cu data de 20 decembrie, au anunţat, miercuri, reprezentanţii cotidianului, informează huffingtonpost.com. 57 more words
After nearly 280 years in print, the world’s oldest continuously published newspaper is stopping the presses in favor of a digital presence.
Lloyd’s List, which was founded in 1734 as a notice posted to a London coffee shop’s wall, announced Wednesday it will cease its print edition in December. 234 more words
The end of an era for the world’s oldest newspaper.
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279-year-old Lloyd’s List newspaper goes digital
A newspaper that began life 279 years ago as a notice pinned to a London coffee shop wall, will be available online only from the end of the year.