Question of the Day
Yesterday's question of the day asked: One of the earliest films about news has to be "The Making of a Newspaper," a 1914 black-and-white, silent film featuring ... which publication? That would be The Los Angeles Herald-Examiner.
Congratulations to Jason Hensel of Facility Manager Magazine for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions go out to Hiram Reisner, Edirin Oputu, Annie M. Dance, Jack Schofield, Irene DeBlasio, Ken Walker, Claudine Laforce, Hollywood Highlands and Amy Zipkin for also getting that right!
As for today's question, here it is: Speaking of the Herald-Examiner, founder William Randolph Hearst established the publication as a Los Angeles counterpart to another of his California publications, the San Francisco Examiner -- but what was Hearst's other, considerably more political motivation for founding the Herald-Examiner?
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