The first English language newspaper Courante was printed in Amsterdam, Holland, yet covered Italy and Germany. The first published issue was on December 2, 1620 by Pieter van den Keere. The front page contained articles noting military event from November 1620 that took place in Hungary, Moravia, and Bohemia. The newspaper’s opening sentence was, “The new tydings out of Italie are not yet corm”.
December 2, 1620
Pieter van den Keere
- Coranto | newspaper | Britannica
In the English American colonies, the Boston News-letter—credited also as the first American … by the Dutch early in the 17th century, and English and French translations were published in Amsterdam. … The Gutenberg 42-line Bible, printed in Mainz, Ger., in 1455 … The first English daily was The Daily Courant (1702–35).
- “Courante uyt Italien, Duytslandt, &c.,” the First Newspaper …
Jan 17, 2015 – 6/1618. format was Courante uyt Italien, Duytslandt, &c. , the first Dutch newspaper. It was published in Amsterdam beginning in June 1618 as a regular weekly publication in a single folio broadsheet format.
- Reading Newspapers in the Dutch Golden Age: Media History …
whole, Van Hilten’s Courante uyt Italien & Duytschlandt … for an international readership, and the latter also issued an English version. … Some, like the Gazette d’Amsterdam or the Gazette de Leyde, appeared only in French.
- The development of the Dutch press in the seventeenth century [PDF]
Jul 31, 2015 – Page 22. Figure 2.3: Courante uyt Italien ende Duyslandt, &c. 1645, No. 26. … Figure 2.6: Amsterdam newspaper publishers and issues of news per week, 1618-1700. Page 33. … The first newspaper was printed in Strasbourg in 1605. … English press would be restrained once more by the mid-1650s. In the …