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Analysis Of Andrew Rossi´S Documentary Film Page One: Inside The New York Times

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Andrew Rossi’s documentary film, Page One: Inside the New York Times fits into the finger categories of news media/entertainment and social relationships. The most relevant category is news media/entertainment. The New York Times is the nation’s oldest continually publishing major newspaper. A newspaper is a type of news media, and its goal is to inform the public. The documentary also fits into the category of social relationships. The documentary depicts many relationships that are a part of the New York Times. It shows partnerships between companies such as that with Vice and the Comcast – NBC merger. Additionally, the Times is made possible by a close relationship between its employees. The documentary makes frequent reference to the need for everyone to work well together and how that makes the Times such a great paper. The New York Time’s influence is not limited to finger categories; it affects millions of people worldwide.
I am able to personally relate to the documentary because I know of many roles the New York Times plays in my local community. Print copies of the Times are sold in many local places including supermarkets and gas stations. It is also a family tradition to buy a copy of the New York Times every Sunday, and read through it together. The New York Times has offices everywhere, including in Florida. Just a few months ago, a story of a Florida sinkhole showed up in the paper. It is also known that many local news stations and newspapers consult the Times when deciding what to publish. For example, Channel 5 WPTV has 15 copies of the times delivered to their station every day. The station does not publish anything until it has consulted with the Times. This shows that in addition to the New York Times profound widespread influence, there is also a strong local influence.
The New York Times itself has a boundless national...

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