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[[File:San Francisco Herald.jpg|thumb|A newspaper article about [[Adolf Hitler]]]]
 
[[File:San Francisco Herald.jpg|thumb|A newspaper article about [[Adolf Hitler]]]]
 
A '''newspaper''' was a form of periodical utilized to inform and entertain readers about [[news]] and events through [[article]]s.
 
A '''newspaper''' was a form of periodical utilized to inform and entertain readers about [[news]] and events through [[article]]s.
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The [[Makull's species|alien boy]] [[Latika]] wrote for his [[school]]'s journal and threatened [[Tom Paris]] to write an article about him. ({{VOY|Time and Again}})
   
 
[[Starfleet Academy]] had its own student-run newspaper, of which [[Harry Kim]] was once an [[editor]]. ({{VOY|Investigations}}).
 
[[Starfleet Academy]] had its own student-run newspaper, of which [[Harry Kim]] was once an [[editor]]. ({{VOY|Investigations}}).
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[[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}})
 
[[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}}; {{film|4}})
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Newspapers were distributed to readers in several ways, such as from street {{dis|vendor|occupation}}s at [[newsstand]]s and unmanned dispensers which sold them. ({{DS9|Far Beyond the Stars}}; {{TNG|The Big Goodbye}}; {{film|4}})
   
 
== List of newspapers ==
 
== List of newspapers ==
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* ''[[Wall Street Journal]]'' ({{TNG|The Neutral Zone}})
 
* ''[[Wall Street Journal]]'' ({{TNG|The Neutral Zone}})
   
== Additional references ==
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== Additional reference ==
 
*{{TNG|Time's Arrow, Part II}}
 
*{{TNG|Time's Arrow, Part II}}
*{{VOY|Time and Again}}
 
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 15:58, April 30, 2018

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 through articles.

The alien boy Latika wrote for his school's journal and threatened Tom Paris to write an article about him. (VOY: "Time and Again")

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 at newsstands 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 reference

External links

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