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How do I contact Newsweek magazine?

How do I contact Newsweek magazine?

We would love to hear from you, you can either use our online chat service or email us at [email protected] We will respond to your email as soon as we can and usually within 3 days.

How do I submit an article to Time magazine?

To submit a letter to the editor, please email [email protected] Letters should include the writer’s full name, address and home telephone and may be edited for purposes of clarity and space. Please do not send attachments.

Who is the editor of Newsweek?

Nancy Cooper

Who owns Newsweek magazine now?

IBT Media

Who owns English Newsweek?

Sidney Harman, a billionaire investor, bought Newsweek from The Washington Post in 2010 for $1 and assumed $40 million in liabilities. He then merged it with The Daily Beast, the Web site owned by IAC/InterActiveCorp. Both entities were run by Tina Brown.

When was Newsweek founded?

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How do I send a letter to the Times?

The Times

  1. Letters*: [email protected] * for publication only; please include postal address and daytime telephone number.
  2. Corrections or complaints: [email protected]
  3. Editorial inquiries: [email protected]
  4. Obituaries: [email protected]

How do I contact the times?

Call us on:

  1. rom the UK.
  2. rom the Republic of Ireland.
  3. 1527calling from mobile/rest of the world.

Can I get the Times delivered?

Alternatively, you can get your newspaper conveniently delivered to your door by your local newsagent (this may incur additional costs, payable to the newsagent). Simply visit Deliver My Newspaper and enter your postcode to search for a local newsagent who will deliver your newspaper to your door.

Who is the editor of the Times?

Emma Tucker was appointed Editor of The Sunday Times in January 2020. She was previously Deputy Editor of The Times. Emma joined News UK as Associate Features Editor of The Times, and took over the editorship of Times2 a year later.

Is the Times right wing or left?

Broadsheet and former broadsheet newspapers

Title Days of publication Political orientation
The Daily Telegraph Daily Right-wing
The Sunday Telegraph Sundays
The Times Daily Centre-right
The Sunday Times Sundays

What is Britain biggest selling newspaper?

Top 10 U.K. Newspapers by Circulation

  1. The Sun. thesun.co.uk.
  2. The Sun on Sunday. thesun.co.uk.
  3. Daily Mail. dailymail.co.uk.
  4. 4. Mail On Sunday. dailymail.co.uk/mailonsunday.
  5. Metro. metro.co.uk.
  6. The Sunday Times. thetimes.co.uk.
  7. 7. News – London Evening Standard. www.standard.co.uk.
  8. Daily Mirror. mirror.co.uk.

What is the UK’s biggest selling newspaper?

The Sun

What are the most read newspapers?

Top 10 U.S. Newspapers by Circulation

  1. USA Today. usatoday.com.
  2. The Wall Street Journal. wsj.com.
  3. Newsday. newsday.com.
  4. Los Angeles Times. latimes.com.
  5. The New York Times. nytimes.com.
  6. Chicago Tribune. chicagotribune.com.
  7. Star Tribune. http://www.startribune.com.
  8. The Washington Post. washingtonpost.com.

What is the biggest selling newspaper in the world?

The Top Ten: Top Daily Newspapers in the World

Rank Newspaper (Country) Circulation
1. Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan) 9,101,000
2. Asahi Shimbun (Japan) 6,622,000
3. USA Today (USA) 4,139,000
4. Dainik Bhaskar (India) 3,818,000

What is the most trustworthy newspaper?

The 10 Most Trustworthy & Authoritative News Sources

  • The Conversation: This may be a source that you are not familiar with, but you should be.
  • The New York Times: The Times is the gold standard for journalism and the most influential newspaper in the world.

What are the top 3 selling newspapers in America?

Top 100 Newspapers in the United States

Rank Newspaper Circulation
1. USA Today (Arlington, Va.) 2,278,022
2. Wall Street Journal (New York, N.Y.) 2,062,312
3. Times (New York, N.Y.) 1,120,420
4. Times (Los Angeles) 815,723

What newspapers are reliable?

The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal tend to be considered reputable. Which newspapers/websites remain that still earnestly strive to provide their readers with daily unbiased accounts of local/world news?

What are some credible news sources?

  • The New York Times. This is the most influential newspaper in the U.S. in my view.
  • The Wall Street Journal.
  • The Washington Post.
  • BBC.
  • The Economist.
  • The New Yorker.
  • Wire Services: The Associated Press, Reuters, Bloomberg News.
  • Foreign Affairs.

Where can you find reliable news?

You are more likely to get reliable news from library databases or Pulitzer Prize Winning News Sources. Even news sites and online news magazines are less likely to have fake news, though some are biased. More reliable biased sites let you know what their point of view is.

Is social media a reliable source of news?

While accessing the news via a website or app does show strong engagement figures – almost double that of accessing news through an aggregate news app – social media still holds a strong lead. And this gap is only continuing to grow. Social media has now become the dominant method for news interaction.

What are reliable sources?

A reliable source is one that provides a thorough, well-reasoned theory, argument, discussion, etc. based on strong evidence. Scholarly, peer-reviewed articles or books -written by researchers for students and researchers. These sources may provide some of their articles online for free.

What makes a news source credible or trustworthy?

27 What Makes a Trustworthy News Source? Transparency: Good news sources clearly mark opinion columns as opinion, disclose conflicts of interest, indicate in stories where information was obtained and how it was verified, and provide links to sources.

How do you know if a source is reliable?

The criteria are:

  1. Currency: Timeliness of the information.
  2. Relevance: Importance of the information for your needs.
  3. Authority: Source of the information.
  4. Accuracy: Truthfulness and correctness of the information.
  5. Purpose: Reason the information exists.