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Formerly, LexisNexis Academic. Access to full-text national and international newspapers, including the New York Times and the Times of London. News sources also include magazines, broadcast transcripts, and wire services.
Searchable fulltext of nearly 500 U.S. national, regional, and local newspapers, including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News. Coverage for current issues with some backfiles extending to the late 1970s.
Page-image versions of newspapers from around the world, with back-issue runs ranging from several months to several years. Includes Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, El Diario (New York), La Opinión (Los Angeles), and many regional and suburban newspapers worldwide. The database's title list is not stable, with titles coming and going.
Full text database of the newspapers, magazines and journals from alternative and independent presses.
Newspaper Website + App Subscriptions
The Penn Libraries host subscriptions for several major newspaper website and mobile applications. These typically require an initial website registration through PennKey authentication. Registration may require students to specify their expected graduation date.
Searchable content on these websites and apps may extend back only a few years. For sure-footed content searching, consider using the Newspaper Compilations on this page.
The Penn Libraries' campus-wide subscription to The New York Times provides digital access to nytimes.com, including via tablet/mobile apps. This subscription does not include access to NYT Crossword/Games, Cooking, or e-reader editions (e.g. Kindle Fire, Nook).
The Penn Libraries' FT.com Premium subscription to Financial Times provides personal-login access to the FT.com website and its regional websites and the FT mobile app. Readers may set up myFT customized news feeds and virtual reading lists.