acta diurna

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Journalism, something akin to today's print journalism, has existed since Roman times, when the Acta Diurna carried news, gossip and even satirical caricatures of the latest Roman politicians and scandals across the empire.
The satirist Juvenal," Bernhard reveals, mentions a Roman housewife "pausing in her domestic tasks to read the Acta Diurna, much as a homemaker today might scan the headlines of the National Enquirer over a second cup of coffee.
y otros al Acta diurna populi romani que daba noticias de lo que sucedia en el imperio en el tiempo de mando de Julio Cesar.
It was growing when Roman citizen-statesmen memorialized their actions in the daily newssheet Acta Diurna in the decade before the first millennium.