Scripps-Howard Newspapers

Scripps-Howard Newspapers

 

one of the largest newspaper chains in the USA. Founded in 1878, Scripps-Howard publishes a number of influential newspapers, including the Cleveland Press. The chain also owns radio and television stations and has controlling interest in the United Press International news agency.

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Aldrich, chairman of the board of Chase National Bank; and John Sorrel's, executive editor of Scripps-Howard newspapers, to name a few.
This is the way famed war correspondent Ernie Pyle started one of his columns that arc appearing daily in the Scripps-Howard newspapers.
Ernie Pyle was born in Indiana but left as fast as he could, ending up with the Scripps-Howard newspapers in Washington, D.
The national champion, to be crowned today, will earn $10,000 from Scripps-Howard Newspapers, sponsor of the 74th National Spelling Bee.
Deac") Parker, the editor in chief of Scripps-Howard Newspapers who died Oct.
1928-32: aviation editor and columnist, Washington Daily News and Scripps-Howard Newspapers
1935-40: roving columnist, Scripps-Howard Newspapers
1940-45, war correspondent, Scripps-Howard Newspapers
William Steif a,former national and foreign correspondent for the Scripps-Howard Newspapers, reports frequently from abroad for The Progressive.
In March, Mariam beat 34 other talented young San Fernando Valley wordsmiths to earn her return ticket to the finals, which are sponsored by Scripps-Howard Newspapers.

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