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ProQuest: May 14th- Historical/Ethnic Newspapers and Press Display

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James W Oliver <[log in to unmask]>

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Please join Ms.Chako Dickinson Morgan, Manager, Government Sales
ProQuest, for an in-depth review and discussion of the Proquest
Historical Newspaper offerings:
When: Wednesday, May 14th, 2008; 9:30 and 1:30
Where: FLICC/FEDLINK Training Room, LC John Adams Bldg, Rm. 216
Registration: Please E-Mail Jim Oliver, [log in to unmask] to register for
either session. Please forward to any colleagues who might have an
interest.

ProQuest Newspapers:

Historical (NEW!)  Historic Baltimore Sun, Historic NY Tribune,
Historic San Francisco Chronicle, Historic Guardian & The Observer

Current (National
Newspapers<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/nationalsnews.shtml>,
PressDisplay, Ethnic NewsWatch, ProQuest Hispanic Newsstand (New!)

Please join us for an interactive demonstration of our Historic
Newspapers and current newspaper offerings.

ProQuest Historical
Newspapers(tm)-<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/pq-hist-news.shtml>:
 The Historic Newspapers provide page and article image access - exactly
as the stories first appeared in print.     In addition to the Historic
NY Tribune, ProQuest is adding two new U.S. titles to the Historical
Newspapers program, The Baltimore Sun (1837-1922) and San Francisco
Chronicle (1865-1922), and adding 71 years of content to the New York
Tribune (1841-1922).  These titles are all cross-searchable with the
currently available titles including The New York Times, Washington Post
and Los Angeles Times, and also cross-searchable with ProQuest Civil War
Era and the American Periodical Series Online.

 The latest additions to the ProQuest Historical Newspapers(tm) program
are the Guardian (1821-2003) & The Observer
(1791-2003)<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/literature/proquest/guardian_observer.pdf>,
 Black Newspapers
Collection<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/histnews-bn.shtml>
and the Civil War
Era<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/cwe.shtml>.  The
Black Newspapers Collection provides access to the New York Amsterdam
News, Pittsburgh Courier, Los Angeles Sentinel and Atlanta Daily World. 
The Historic Irish Times (1859 - 2007) will be released later this
year.

With ProQuest National
Newspapers<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/nationalsnews.shtml>
for current coverage (with exclusive offerings of the LA Times and Wall
Street Journal), we offer manually indexed coverage of our top national
papers in addition to specialty collections for Latin American
Newsstand<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/pq_latin_am_news.shtml>,
U.S. Hispanic
Newsstand<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/ushispanicnews.shtml>
and Ethnic
NewsWatch<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/ethnic_newswatch.shtml>
.

NewspaperDirect
PressDisplay<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/newspaperdirect_pd.shtml>:
 Today's Paper - Today - Online in page image format:    ProQuest is the
exclusive provider of PressDisplay which provides full page image access
to 500+  current US and International newspapers.  PressDisplay provides
online access to today's newspapers from 70countries around the world in
over 37 languages in a full-color, full-page format.   If you haven't
seen PressDisplay, you won't want to miss this demo.  Here's a sneak
peek:

[cid:[log in to unmask]]<http://library.pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/viewer.aspx?newspaper=los+angeles+times+metro&cid=1156>

Ethnic NewsWatch (coverage from 1990 to present) and Ethnic NewsWatch:
A History (coverage from 1960 - 1989) 
<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/ethnic_newswatch.shtml>
 From our diversity suite, Ethnic NewsWatch
(ENW)<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/ethnic_newswatch.shtml>
features newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic and minority
press, providing researchers access to essential, often overlooked
perspectives. With titles dating from 1990, ENW presents a
comprehensive, full-text collection of nearly 1.6 million articles from
more than 280 publications offering both national and regional coverage.
While the content may mirror mainstream media coverage, the viewpoints
are decidedly unique. Of the more than one million articles contained in
the collection, nearly a quarter of them are presented in Spanish,
making ENW an unmatched bilingual diversity database. The voices of the
Asian-American, Jewish, African-American, Native-American,
Arab-American, Eastern-European, and multi-ethnic communities can be
heard as well. A majority of the content in ENW is exclusive and not
available in any other online database.  With an ever-growing, unequaled
collection of articles, editorials, columns, and reviews from different
and unique perspectives, ENW is an essential resource.

ProQuest Latin American
Newsstand<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/pq_latin_am_news.shtml>
provides over 40 full text newspapers in Spanish and Portuguese from
across Latin America.  The complete articles are available in ASCII
format.

Key newspaper titles include:  El Universal, Mexico City's
largest-selling newspaper; O Globo (Brazil); La Nación (Argentina); and
El Mercurio (Chile).  Three business titles, El Economista (Mexico),
Valor Economico (Brazil), and Portafolio (Colombia) are also important
resources for researchers.   Latin American Newsstand includes titles
from Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Costa Rica, Peru, Uruguay, Chile,
Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela.  Additional
titles include regional magazines and wire services including Noticias
Financieras; InfoAmericas; IPS-Inter Press Service; El Reporte Delta;
and Business Wire Latin America.

ProQuest U.S. Hispanic
Newsstand<http://www.proquest.com/products_pq/descriptions/ushispanicnews.shtml>
is the largest collection of leading Hispanic newspapers available to
libraries.  With titles from around the U.S., including El Diario/LA
PRENSA (New York City), La Opinión (Los Angeles), Conexión (San Antonio)
and Extra (Chicago), U.S. Hispanic Newsstand provides local, regional,
national, and international news from the Hispanic perspective.  Whether
your patrons are interested in the local news and events or are
conducting in-depth research on the Hispanic community, providing your
patrons with this unique collection will connect them to Hispanic
communities from across the U.S.

Chako Dickinson Morgan
Manager, Government Sales
ProQuest
789 East Eisenhower Parkway
P.O. Box 1346
Ann Arbor, MI   48106
USA
703.527.1006 (o);  202.360.0297 (cell)
202.318.8328 (fax)
[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
www.proquest.com<http://www.proquest.com/>
www.csa.com<http://www.csa.com/>

See you there!!
Regards,
Jim


James W. Oliver
FEDLINK Vendor Services Coordinator
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20540-4935
V-(202)707-4960, F-(202)707-4955
[log in to unmask]
http://www.loc.gov/flicc

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