My good friends over at the Smithsonian.com have updated their story on how to preserve those newspaper front pages.
PS — this works on any newspaper, not just the ones with election results. Way to go Cubbies!
I like to leave a copy of my local paper at the doctor’s office… a one-person gorilla marketeer. Thank you very much.
Not endorsing DT here, just pointing out that it’s more impactful to hold up a newspaper and read from it than to hold up a tablet or a smartphone.
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reads from the Wall Street Journal while speaking at a campaign rally in Jacksonville, Fla. Oct. 24, 2015.Daron Dean/Reuters
See? No clue what the story is about. But waving the local rag is tons better than holding up your tablet of choice.
Former Justice Secretary and current Senator Leila De Lima shows reporters an article published on a local newspaper … Nov. 10, 2016 © Romeo Ranoco/Reuters
How the overseas/foreign press covered it..
BTW, all newspapers shown here hold their own copyrights to these images, first seen on the Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages section.
Hi-res PDFs were/are? available at the Newseum site, But I’ve reduced the size here in the interest of respecting their copyright while commenting about them.
As the Newseum says, “Anyone seeking permission to use or reproduce the front page of a newspaper featured in our Today’s Front Pages online gallery must contact the newspaper’s publisher directly. U.S. copyright laws apply.”