The Wide window of Mr. Malone

United States, 1950

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Gives a fascinating look into the inner workings of one of the world’s great newspapers, The New York Times. Describes how the news is gathered from all over the world, how it is sifted, edited, analysed and commented upon, and how it is finally laid out, printed and distributed in the newspaper - all in one day. Narrated by Alexsander Scourby.

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George Pitt



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