The Time

The Time is a national daily paper in Great Britain.

Sometimes outside of Great Britain it is called The London of Time or The Time OF London, in order to differentiate it from many other newspapers with the name of Time.

The Time became of John walter in the year 1785 as The DAILY one universal registers based. It changed its title in the 1. January 1788 in The Time. John walter was also the first publisher of the newspaper. 1814 became Time for the first time and as the first newspaper of the world with a steam-claimant High-speed printing machine of the German Friedrich king and Andreas's farmer printed, which represented a milestone in the history of the printing and which production of 1100 copies per hour permitted. Thus also the era of the mass sheets was rung in at the same time.

It belongs since 1981 of the news corporation of Rupert Murdoch. In recent time it tends to to reflect whose conservative political opinions. In the eighties therefore several prominent editors and correspondent left the newspaper and changed to the again-created “The Independent “, among other things the well-known and partly disputed Nahostkorrespondent Robert Fisk.

In July 2004 the edition of Time amounted to approx. 650,000 copies.

After 216 years as Broadsheet newspaper appears The Time of 6. November 2004 on in the compact Tabloid format. This is justified with an edition increase attainable thereby and reflects a current trend.

publisher

  • John walter (the older one) (1785 - 1803)
  • John walter (the younger one) (1803 - 1809)
  • John Stoddart (1809 - 1817)
  • Thomas Barnes (1817 - 1841)
  • John Delane (1841 - 1877)
  • Thomas Chenery (1877 - 1884)
  • George Earle Buckle (1884 - 1912)
  • Geoffrey Dawson (1912 - 1919)
  • Henry Wickham Steed (1919 - 1922)
  • Geoffrey Dawson (1923 - 1941)
  • Robert McGowan Barrington Ward (1941 - 1948)
  • William Casey (1948 - 1952)
  • William Haley (1952 - 1966)
  • William Rees Mogg (1967 - 1981)
  • Harold Evans (1981 - 1982)
  • Charles Douglas Home (1982- 1985)
  • Charles Wilson (1985 - 1990)
  • Simon Jenkins (1990 - 1992)
  • Peter Stothard (1992 - 2002)
  • Robert Thomson (2002 -)

prominent editors and correspondent

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