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ProQuest Recent Newspapers

A guide that provides information about ProQuest Digitized Newspapers-Recent Newspapers (RNP).

What are ProQuest Recent Newspapers?

ProQuest Digitized Newspapers now includes a new companion product to HNP: Recent Newspapers (RNP).

Included in RNP will be 50+ titles, available on the ProQuest platform. These newspaper titles comprised the former Digital Microfilm product line. The new RNP content, hosted on the ProQuest platform, will consist of full-page, PDF images, from 2008-Recent (with three-month embargoes), that are fully searchable and cross-searchable with all other products on the PQ platform.

 

Why Recent Newspapers?

In analyses of overall usage and retrievals, news content is the second-most retrieved source type for researchers on the ProQuest platform. And a 2017 ProQuest survey shows that over 72% of researchers use newspapers – key sources that often contain detailed information that is missing from other kinds of historical publications. With Recent Newspapers, researchers have superior access to essential full-image, full-text primary newspaper sources from 2008-recent with three-month embargoes.
 
  • Recent Newspapers allows for cover-to-cover searching and browsing of complete newspaper editions. Additionally, users can find a broader view of issues and events by cross searching all of ProQuest’s complete runs of Historical newspapers and Global Newsstream news sources.
  • When combined with Historical Newspapers and Global Newsstream, researchers gain unrivalled coverage of people, places and events from the earliest newspaper publications to current day reports for a seamless, comprehensive search experience.
  • Users benefit from the ability to search by page and cross-search key words in context article. They can also focus on relevant information quickly with hit-term highlighting, high-resolution grey-scale images, and search and download in PDF format.