Christian Science Monitor


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Christian Science Monitor

 

an American daily news-paper. It has been published in Boston, Mass., since 1908. Officially considered a religious publication, to all intents and purposes it has a secular character (only a special page is allotted to material of the Christian Science Society). An influential, well-informed newspaper, it has a national edition, as well as a London edition. Circulation, 211,000 (1974). [13–1333–4; updated]

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Every backfile issue of The Christian Science Monitor has been digitized from cover to cover, including news stories, editorials, photos, graphics, and advertisements.
We are excited about the opportunity to partner with Creel Printing to produce the weekly edition of The Christian Science Monitor," said Jonathan Wells, Managing Publisher of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor has a very special and distinguished history for quality in journalism," said Joe Reynolds, president and CEO of Bell & Howell Information and Learning.
The Christian Science Monitor is renowned for its in-depth, comprehensive, and unbiased coverage of events and issues worldwide.
Although the Monitor's Web site will be the home for its daily news coverage, the new weekly edition of The Christian Science Monitor will ensure the continuation of the Monitor's thoughtful, unbiased, in-depth coverage in a print format.
Reporting from Ireland and Spain for the Christian Science Monitor gave him his first regular income as a writer and he then settled on a literary life in London.
BOSTON, May 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Christian Science Monitor has launched its new electronic edition on the World Wide Web.
Burst Media, a leading provider of advertising representation, services, and technology to independent Web Publishers, today announced that during the month of August, Christian Science Monitor, EveryZing, and Pawspot each renewed their annual contracts with Burst Media.
Last year when all those hurricanes hit our area, our neighbors got together and helped us," Floridian Nick Cronin told a reporter from the Christian Science Monitor.
Responsibility in High Places,'' from the Christian Science Monitor.
Fanning, former editor of the Christian Science Monitor and past president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, has been nominated to Affiliated's board of directors.
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