Foreign Broadcast Information Service provides online access to the daily reports, compiled by the Central Intelligence Agency, of translations of news stories and broadcasts from around the world. Includes coverage of the Foreign Broadcasting Information Service Daily Reports and Annexes from 1974-1996. For post-1996 coverage, see the database World News Connection.
Comprising over 1,000 titles from Mexico’s pre-independence, independence and revolutionary periods (1807-1929), the newspapers in this collection provide rare documentation of the dramatic events of this era and include coverage of Mexican partisan politics, yellow press, political and social satire, as well as local, regional, national and international news. While holdings of many of the newspapers in this collection are available only in very short runs, the titles are often unique and, in many cases, represent the only existing record of a newspaper’s short-lived publication.
Provides access to over 1 million foreign newspaper articles, broadcast transcripts and datelines from Beijing, Beirut, Bogota, Cairo, Jakarta,Iraq, Mogadishu, Qatar, Ramallah, Sarajevo, Vienna, and hundreds of other spots around the world - methodically translated into English by the US Government.
Caribbean Newspapers, 1718-1876 provides access to searchable digitized copies of newspapers printed in the Caribbean islands during the 18th and 19th centuries, primarily in English, with numerous titles in Spanish and French and some in Danish. Materials in this resource have been assembled from the holdings of the American Antiquarian Society.
The New York Times with Index database provides access to the full text, "as printed" edition of The New York Times, including images and advertisements. Coverage begins with the first edition published in 1851 and extends to three years from the present day (due to a rolling embargo).
Newsbank searches a collection of databases from the information vendor Newsbank, including the Archive of Americana, World News Archive, Foreign Broadcast Information Service Reports, and Access World News. These collections include: Early American Newspapers, Series XV, 1822-1879: Immigrant Communities; American Underworld: The Flash Press; African American Newspapers, Series 1, African American Newspapers, Series 2, Ethnic American Newspapers (Balch), 1799-1971; Joint Publications Research Service Reports (JPRS), 1957-1995; Sowetan Collection; Financial Mail Collection, Sunday Times Collection; Business Day Collection
Current NYU students, faculty, and staff can activate complimentary access to The New York Times digital news content using their NYU email address. After using this link to create an account, NYU users should access NYTimes content by directly logging into the NYTimes site. This complimentary access includes New York Times audio, but excludes NYTimes cooking and puzzles.
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PressReader (formerly PressDisplay) provides access to newspapers from around the world, often in the original language. Dates of coverage vary from the most current three months to the most current decade. Newspapers are presented in a browsable, "as printed" visual format.