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Read All About It: A History of Breaking News at The Times

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The Titanic, owned by the shipping company the White Star Line, had been touted as unsinkable, but Carr Van Anda, The Times’s managing editor, looked at the facts: The ship had sent a distress signal, and 30 minutes later, another wire arrived stating that the ship was sinking. There was no further communication with the ship.

Mr. Van Anda ran the story, setting the wheels in motion for what has come to be considered one of the great disaster reports of all time. Other papers were cautious about the news. According to Mr. Berger’s book:

“All day Monday, and even into Monday night, the White Star Line withheld confirmation of what Van Anda had deduced — only to concede at last, with heavy heart, that he had been right.”

Mr. Van Anda’s instincts were correct: The unsinkable ship had sunk.

For eight weeks, a team worked around the clock to build the zipper, an electric bulletin board on the outside of the old New York Times office in Times Square. Operating the zipper were two men, James Torpey and Edward Linder. They received teletype messages from the newsroom, grabbed the appropriate letters from a cabinet and mounted them onto a conveyor belt that wrapped around the building and carried the news to the public.

On Nov. 6, 1928, the same night the zipper was first turned on, the presidential election results were arriving for the race between Al Smith and Herbert Hoover. One of the first stories that ran across the zipper was of Mr. Hoover’s victory.

The zipper also broke news. When a verdict was reached in the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann — the man accused of the abduction and murder of the aviator Charles Lindbergh’s baby — the zipper ran the decision “ten seconds before the radio,” according to Times Talk, an internal company publication that ran from 1947 to 2005.

On July 20, 1969, two members of the Apollo 11 mission crew prepared to become the first humans beings to set foot on the surface of the moon — and The Times had been planning its coverage since March that year.

The day of the landing, The Times had set up an audio line direct from Mission Control in Houston, according to Times Talk, eliminating any delay that would have occurred from receiving accounts from reporters on the scene.

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