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    • JOURNALISM HISTORY IN MEXICO Nombre Matricula Luisa Aidee Melgoza Mtz 1432737
    • MEXICO The basics of journalism in our country goes back to colonialtimes, in the sixteenth century, when moving through the streets ofthe capital of New Spains famous preachers, that openlung shouting in public places or places of great competitionas the markets, the news. Obviously, this work was done under thesupervision of the colonial authorities, that throughthe council gavepermission to these ingenious men.
    • FIRST NEWSPAPER IN MEXICO "The American Wake"during the time of the War ofIndependence between1810 and 1811, were only 7numbers ending with the defeatof Hidalgo, was also spokesmanfor the ideas insurgents
    • FIRST 3 NEWSPAPERS IN MEXICO*La jornada*El universal*Milenio
    • NEWSPAPERS IN UK The history of British journalism starts from the introduction ofprinting in the country in 1476 in Westminster by Caxton, aprinter who had worked in the Netherlands and had learned the art ofprinting in Cologne
    • FIRST NEWSPAPER IN UK In 1802 born the The Times, founded by John Walter inWeekly Political 1785 and is the deanRegister of W. Cobbett, regar of the dailyEnglishded as the firstworkers newspapers, lived its goldennewspaper and popular, but age, like all the Britishthe head of the English press, in the firstindustrial pressis half of the nineteenth century during thethe poor mans The Guardian "Victorian.