NEWS...NEWS...NEWS...all you can eat! Avail yourself of a wide variety of news links. If you find a news source that you would like to see on this page, contact us! Click the headline of your choice on the news scroller below to get the full story. To find a specific story use the News Search engines available on the GMCA Search Page. Both Alta Vista and All The Web have news-specific search engines on the Search Page. ALSO, we have the New York Times available in an interesting unique format on our Web Site. Click on the small New York Times page to the right to go to the The GMCA's New York Times Index Page. All the headlines are compiled by category so you can easily peruse the stories that interest YOU! Try it, you'll like it.
In response to several requests for other newspapers to be displayed on the GMCA Web Site, we have added the Washington Post. Click on the graphic to the right to access the complete online version of the Washington Post. From the Washington Post Index Page, simply click on the news category that interests you. Once there, click on the individual headline to view the corresponding article. It's all there, even the Post Magazine! As previously stated, try it...you'll like it!
We've also added the news from MS/NBC to the GMCA Web Site. MS/NBC is on the cutting edge of modern broadcast journalism. The amalgamation of old line giant NBC and the vast technical resources of Microsoft has developed into one of the most popular news sources on the planet. Click on the graphic to the right to access the complete online version of MS/NBC.
News addicts that are habituated to the quick fix that USA TODAY provides can satisfy their craving right here. In response to multiple requests, we've arranged to offer the content of "The Nations Newspaper" from the GMCA Web Site. The favorite newsfare of 5 million frequent flyers, hotel and motel denizens and harried business travelers, Gannett's USA TODAY went online in 1995. Select the news category that piques your interest on the USA TODAY Index Page and click. In addition to the headline format of the USA TODAY content, GMCA also delivers the Special Features of the USA Weekend Magazine, the well known weekly supplement that accompanies 600 other newspapers throughout the nation.
Reuters is a global information company providing indispensable information tailored for professionals in the financial services, media and corporate markets. Countless emails from multinational snowbirds have pointed out that Reuters has a reputation for freedom from bias that has earned them the confidence of a very loyal following. Started in October 1851 by German-born immigrant Paul Julius Reuter, Reuters transmitted stock market quotations between London and Paris via the new Calais-Dover cable. As overland telegraph and undersea cable facilities developed, the business expanded beyond Europe to include the Far East in 1872 and South America in 1874. In 1883 Reuters began to use a ‘column printer’ to transmit messages electrically to London newspapers and in 1923 pioneered the use of radio to transmit news internationally. They continue to be one of the world's premier news services by combining a sterling history of vast experience with pioneering technologies. GMCA welcomes Reuters' truly international perspective into our family of daily news services.
First published on September 15, 1903, as The Miami Evening Record, Miami's hometown newspaper was renamed The Miami Herald on December 1, 1910. Acquired by John S. and James L. Knight in 1937, by 1946 an international Clipper edition was shipped on Pan Am flying "clipper" seaplanes to Latin America. In 1974, the Knight Newspapers group merged with Ridder Publications to become Knight Ridder, which was acquired and retained by McClatchy Company in 2006. With readers in South Florida, the Caribbean and Latin America and web visitors from around the globe, the primary circulation centers in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties in South Florida, reaching nearly a quarter (23%) of Florida's total population with 4.3 million residents and growing. With a projected population growth of 4% in the next five years, South Florida ranks as the 16th largest market in the United States. Click on the graphic to the right to peruse a local entry, The Miami Herald.