By Victoria E. M. Gardner
The enterprise of stories in England, 1760-1820 explores the trade of the English press in the course of a severe interval of press politicization, because the state faced international wars and revolutions that disrupted household governance.
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The instability of London news created an important distinction between metropolitan and provincial newspapers on which the latter capitalised. In London, as news swirled the city, forming from the myriad of encounters and changing in minutes, news consumers visited multiple news outlets in a day. Newspapers were part of a multimedia commons that engaged in, and reflected, contemporaries’ 28 The Business of News in England, 1760–1820 heterogeneous engagement with the world—one that simply could not rely on gossip, supposition, or the press in isolation.
Provincial proprietors could thus offer more direct comment on issues affecting provincial towns and highlight provincial concerns about national issues. Provincial newspapers bound intensely local politics to the national. 84 Letters to the editor, anonymous or signed under a pseudonym, were also typical features from the mid-eighteenth century. Not all letters to the editor were political. 85 Many, however, did focus on politics. Perceptions that letters in newspapers were more effective fora for propaganda played a role in the decline of essay papers and political pamphlets in Britain after the American Revolution.
35 Moreover, built into existing multimedia networks, the news in newspapers was presented as ephemeral rather than definitive—as unfinished accounts that offered facts or ideas from which readers could make up their own minds. The instability of London news created an important distinction between metropolitan and provincial newspapers on which the latter capitalised. In London, as news swirled the city, forming from the myriad of encounters and changing in minutes, news consumers visited multiple news outlets in a day.
The Business of News in England, 1760–1820 by Victoria E. M. Gardner