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noun as in kiosk

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The newsstands of old are today’s “news feeds” and publishers have been blindsided again and again when platforms change the rules.

Visit a school for housewives in Iceland, an iconic newsstand in Paris, two canine guardians that watch over the oldest skate park in Santiago, Chile, and much more.

From Time

Both will be full city takeovers, including digital bulletins on major Chicago expressways, and digital bus shelters and wrapped newsstands in Philadelphia, he said.

From Digiday

By the early 1950s there were some 150 similar titles on the newsstands.

From Time

For more tales of resilience, check out the latest issue of Popular Science—it’s on newsstands now!

At its height, The Source had a reported circulation of 500,000 and was outselling Rolling Stone on the newsstand.

Penance is available at the Newsstand, Miami and at for $45—$500.

But he said that when he was 12, his uncle had a newsstand in Philadelphia, and he was reading the papers at a very young age.

Newsstand sales, which comprise a small portion of sales but have much bigger margins, have been falling across the industry.

Bush had to be converted into Churchill for the sake of the national psyche, or newsstand sales, or something or other.

I tried to use it at a newsstand first, and the man wouldn't touch it.

The Daily Intelligencer was spread on a newsstand, a smudgy black bannerhead fouling its pure bosom.

As he did so the steed made a plunge along the sidewalk for several yards, knocking over a barber's pole and a newsstand.

The time it takes to transfer the literature from our pockets to the window sills, newsstand or bench is about two seconds.

I stopped in a drug store and saw Astounding Stories on the newsstand.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to newsstand, such as: booth, stall, bandstand, rotunda, and stand.

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