- 1 How can I find an old newspaper article?
- 2 How do I find an old dated newspaper online?
- 3 How do I find old newspapers for free?
- 4 Where can I find newspaper articles online?
- 5 What happens to unsold newspapers?
- 6 How much does newspaper cost?
- 7 How do you find newspaper sources?
- 8 How do I reprint a newspaper?
How can I find an old newspaper article?
Read Old Newspapers and Magazines Online
- Google News – Google News indexes thousands of newspaper websites from around the world and organizes news in clusters for easy reading.
- Google Books – If you’re looking for an older issue of a magazine, Google Books might be the best place to find it.
How do I find an old dated newspaper online?
Using Free Online Collections. Use the Google News archive for an easy, searchable experience. This search engine allows you to enter the subject you want to research to find old newspaper articles about that subject. To explore the archive search engine, open your web browser and go to news.google.com/archivesearch.
How do I find old newspapers for free?
How to Get Free Newspapers in Bulk
- Local newspaper office. Local newspaper offices are a great source for old papers.
- Ask at local nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
- Check on Craigslist.
- Ask at your local library.
- Local colleges and schools.
- Ask at airports.
- Contact local hotels.
- Search on OfferUp.
Where can I find newspaper articles online?
Just type the keyword or words you are looking for into the Google News search bar, and then click on Search Archive. You can also click on one of the newspaper titles listed beneath the search bar to search through only that newspaper’s specific archive.
What happens to unsold newspapers?
What do they do with the newspapers that are not sold? Retail outlets selling newspapers operate what is known as sale or return (this also applies to most magazines as well). Basically what this means is that anything they do not sell will be refunded to them by their newspaper supplier, provided they return it.
How much does newspaper cost?
44 percent of U.S. dailies now charge $1 for a weekday paper, according to a 2014 AAM 2014 study, while 39 percent charge 75 cents. It wasn’t that many years ago that 50 cents replaced a quarter as the standard. Likewise, how much did a newspaper cost in the 1950s?
How do you find newspaper sources?
Good for first person, eye-witness reports, opinion and editorials, and factual news reporting.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (1990-Current)
- Newspaper Source Plus (BadgerLink)
- America’s News (Newsbank)
- Global Newsstream (ProQuest)
- Nexis UNI (formerly LexisNexis)
- Opposing Viewpoints (Gale In Context)
How do I reprint a newspaper?
- The local library. Many local libraries keep copies of their local newspapers, either in microfiche format or in great big piles of newsprint.
- Google’s News Archive Search. Google has digitised some newspapers from around the world.
- Purchasing a copy of a newspaper.