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* ''[[The Morning Observer]]'' ({{VOY|11:59}})
 
* ''[[The Morning Observer]]'' ({{VOY|11:59}})
 
* ''[[The New York Globe]]'' ({{DS9|Far Beyond the Stars}})
 
* ''[[The New York Globe]]'' ({{DS9|Far Beyond the Stars}})
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* ''[[The New York Times]]'' ({{film|4}}; {{TNG|The Big Goodbye}})
 
* ''[[San Francisco Globe]]'' ({{TNG|The Big Goodbye}})
 
* ''[[San Francisco Globe]]'' ({{TNG|The Big Goodbye}})
 
* ''[[San Francisco Herald]]'' ({{TNG|The Big Goodbye}})
 
* ''[[San Francisco Herald]]'' ({{TNG|The Big Goodbye}})

Revision as of 17:21, August 16, 2016

San Francisco Herald

A newspaper article about Adolf Hitler

A newspaper was a form of periodical utilized to inform and entertain readers about news and events.

Starfleet Academy had its own student-run newspaper, of which Harry Kim was once an editor. (VOY: "Investigations").

Nog and Vic Fontaine read a newspaper in 2375. Nog read the Business section, while Vic read the Sports section. (DS9: "It's Only a Paper Moon")

Newspapers were distributed to readers in several ways, such as from street vendors and unmanned dispensers which sold them. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars"; TNG: "The Big Goodbye"; Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

List of newspapers

Additional references

External links

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