This is an example used by many trade magazines. Industry-based magazine, which is usually free and survey-based. Because of the cost. (Such as printing and shipping) associated with print media, publishers must not distribute free copies to anyone who requests a sale. But it will work under the flow control. Decisions may be free, depending on individual qualifications as a member of the trade. (And the opportunity to purchase, such as the ability to procure the organization as indicated by the name), will help ensure that high advertising is advertised and will reduce costs. Payment in printing and distribution This version was widely used before the rise of the World Wide Web and is still being employed by some. For example, in the UK, many computer magazines use this model, including Computer Weekly and Computing and Waters Magazine for the global media industry. For example, VideoAge International
The most famous magazine is the Journal des sçavans, 1965 for the scientist and the Gazette de France. In 1988, Jean Loret was one of the first journalists in France. He published the weekly news of Parisian music and society from 1650-1622 in a poem in what he called a parody of the Gazette, included in three volumes of La Muse historique (1650, 1660, 1665). To meet the needs of the elite, while the modern man turned to the capitalist and the working class.
Journal published by the Federal Government in Paris. They are not quiet politicians, often criticizing church abuse and the inadequacy of government officials. They support the monarchy and are most active in the revolution. During the revolution, the new journal played an important role as a propaganda agency for the Jean-Paul Marat Group (1743-1793), the most prominent editor. Marut is a lower class that opposes the enemy. When he was assassinated after 1800, Napoleon reimposed strict censorship.
Napoleon left in 1815, mainly in Paris, focusing on literature, poetry and stories. They serve the religious, cultural and political communities. At a time of political crisis, they have expressed and helped to create a reader’s perspective and a key element in the changing political culture, such as the Catholicism of the 18th century. No one owns or acquires. The support of the church is informal and reflects the diverse perspectives of Catholics who have been educated about the current problems. Revolution of 1830. The collapse of the French Bourbon monarchy, many of whom were strong supporters of the Bourbon monarchy. But all eight people demanded the new government support the appeal in terms of maintaining civil orders. They are often linked between church and state. In general, they encourage priests to focus on spirituality and not political. Historian M. Patricia Dougherty said that this step created a new path between the church and the new king and enabled Catholics to develop new insights into the relationship between church and state and the source of power.