Section 2. There are 10 errors in this passage. Identify them by underlining the words that need to be corrected and correct them. (10 points) The New
Section 2. There are 10 errors in this passage. Identify them by underlining the words that need to be corrected and correct them. (10 points)
The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York city. For a long time, it has been the newspaper on record in the US and one of the world’s great newspapers. Its strength is in its editorial excellence, it never has been the greatest newspaper in the term of circulation.
The Times was established in 1851 as a penny paper whose editors wanted to report the news in a restrained and objective fashion. It enjoyed early success as its editors made a pattern for the future by appealing to a cultural, intellectual readership instead of a mass audience. Therefore, in the late 19th century, it came into competition with more popular, colorful, if not lurid, newspapers in New York. Their publications ran sensational stories, not because they were true, but because they sold newspapers. Despite price increases, The Times was losing £ 1,000 a week when Adolph Simon Ochs bought it in 1896.
Ochs built The Times into an international respected daily. He hired Carr Van Anda as editor. Van Anda placed greater stress than ever on full reporting of the news of the day, and emphasized existing good coverage of international news. The management of the paper decided to eliminate fiction of the paper, added a Sunday magazine section, and reduced the paper’s price back to a penny. In April 1912, the paper ran many risks to report every aspect of the sinking of the Titanic. This greatly enhanced its prestige, and in its coverage of the two world wars, The Times continued to enhance its reputation for excellence in world news.
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