Adolph Simon Ochs was an American newspaper publisher and former owner of The New York Times and The Chattanooga Times.
|Born:||Adolph Simon Ochs, March 12, 1858, Cincinnati, Ohio|
|Died:||April 8, 1935, Chattanooga, Tennessee|
|Resting place:||Temple Israel Cemetery, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York|
About Adolph Ochs
Owner of the New York Times who laid the groundwork for modern journalism.
Adolph Ochs Before Fame
He took over the Times when it was a money-losing organization with plenty of competitors in New York.
Achievement of Adolph Ochs
He made the Times a voice of objectivity at a time when most of the newspapers were openly partisan.
Adolph Ochs Family Life
He married Effie Wise, and their daughter married Arthur Hays Sulzberger who succeeded Adolph at the Times.
Associations of Adolph Ochs
He and Joseph Pulitzer, the man who would lend his name to the top literary prize, were both great contributors to modern journalism.
Information related to Adolph Ochs
- Anti-Defamation League
- The New York Times publishers
- American Reform Jews
- 20th-century American newspaper publishers (people)
- 19th-century American newspaper publishers (people)