Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: The Saturday Evening Post, Canadian Illustrated News, Rick Mercer

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Philosophical transactions of the royal society, london 1665. Modestly popular magazine resemble books and early newspapers. Joseph addison"s s pectator (1711) - informal essays, fiction, frivolous articles, aimed at both male and female audiences. Not about news affairs or promoting topical events. More inclined to deal with things such as social etiquette and high culture. Short-lived examples as they did not last very long. Failed because of high production costs and did not attract enough readers as they were disseminated in places with low literacy and education rates. Pioneered photoengraving methods: new types of printing technology enabled photo illustrations. The paper"s focus was mainly canadian nationalism and independence. The week 1883-1896: goldwyn smith, advocated and encouraged closer us-cda ties for greater economic integration. G rip 1872-1894: cartoonist john w. bengough produced a noteworthy satirical weekly consisting of political cartoons. Progenitor of: the rick mercer report , this hour has 22 minutes , frank magazine.

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