New York World
the New York World was an US-American newspaper, which appeared from 1860 to 1931 in New York town center.
At first the newspaper had little success, which changed only after Joseph Pulitzer bought up her 1883. To success it contributed that Pulitzer brought exciting, partly also sensationalistische stories, which were however up to date above all and stood out against the before usual essay style by their direct telling way to attention in the sheet. Nellie Bly, a lady journalist of the sheet, embodied the new clay/tone with their experience reports and investigativen reports. In an action, which was new for the journalism of this time, it, lively by Jules Vernes novel in 80 days around the world, traveled in only 72 days around the earth.
1895 appeared the New York World as the first newspaper at all with a supplement in the colour print. At the same time also the meaning of the Comicbeilagen increased. Smelling pool of broadcasting corporations Felton Outcaults Comic The Yellow Kid - one the first Zeitungscomics at all - had appeared starting from 1895 under the title Hogan's Alley in the World. Outcault became however shortly thereafter of William Randolph Hearst for the New York journal abgeworben. The newspaper war between Pulitzer and Hearst determined the two newspapers in the next years - and contributed substantially to the emergence of the modern boulevard journalism , which this very day in English after the Comicfigur “yellow press” one calls.
After Pulitzers death, 1911, ignored the newspaper to its son. 1913 appeared to the world into the World the first cross word mystery. In the following years the sheet continued to lose at edition. 1931 united it with the Evening Telegram and appeared themselves off there under the name New York World Telegram.