Posted Apr 07, 2012By riacomacci
On the night of April 15, 1912, no one at the sleepy New York Times newsroom and, across the street, at the Associated Press knew the “story of the century” was breaking. Roughly 1,000 miles away, the “unsinkable” Titanic was sinking, along with its “who’s who” passenger list — news that would change so many things, including news coverage itself.
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