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The Star Dispatch was a daily newspaper published in New York City during the early 20th century.

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A 1930 edition reported that a social worker named Edith Keeler had been killed in a traffic accident and that Alfredo Pedillo Jose had been murdered by Bobby Cabe. (TOS episode: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

In March of that year, the paper reported that Jawaharlal Nehru, one of the top aides of Mahatma Gandhi, had been sentenced to six months in prison for violating India's Salt Law. (TOS - Crucible novel: Provenance of Shadows)

In 3189, the entity known as Carl was reading a copy of tomorrow's edition while guarding the trans-dimensional door on Dannus V. When Philippa Georgiou and Michael Burnham arrived he showed the headline that read "Emperor Georgiou Dies Horrible Painful Death", while other front page articles bore titles that read "Supernova Threatens Tkon Empire" and "Starship USS Jenolan Reported To Be Missing". (DSC episode: "Terra Firma, Part 1")

Alternate timeline[]

In an alternate timeline accidentally created by Leonard McCoy saving from Edith Keeler being killed in the aforementioned accident, the February 23, 1936 issue reported that Keeler had met with President Franklin D. Roosevelt to discuss her plans to assist the poor. (TOS episode: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

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News agencies and media in the United Federation of Planets
Organizations Altair Information Syndicate (AIS)Cable News Network (CNN)Drid Interstellar NewsFederation News Network (FNN)Federation NewsnetFederation News Service (FNS)Ferengi Commercial News (FCN)GlobalNewsIntergalactic News NetworkInterplanetary PressMediaCommMediaMagixNew American News ServicePangea News ServiceProlificomm IntergalaxProxima News Service (PNS)Schlitz PeriodicalsSebrotnizskeapoierfSolarcorp News ServiceStarfleet News ServiceSteriopolis PressSubNetTellar News Service (TNS)Trill News ServiceUnited Earth Information ServiceUnited Federation of Planets Infonet (UFPI)United News ServiceUnited Press Interstellar (UPI)United Sol System Information NetworkWAXYWTYX
Publications Albany Times-UnionAmsterdam NewsAtlanta ConstitutionBolarus and YouCorriere della Sera/The Evening CourierThe Day of the AndroidEliteFederation Life MagazineFerengi AcquirerFree Vulcan GazetteGalaxy WeekThe GallianHarper's WeeklyHush-HushInsider IllustratedInterstellar MerchantLifeLondon TimesMcIverton Today!National CosmographicNational RegisterThe NewNew York AgeThe New York TimesNew New York TimesNewsweekOrlando Post DispatchPeopleThe Philadelphia EnquirerPorts IllustratedSan Diego ChronicleSan Francisco ChronicleSan Francisco GazetteSan Francisco RegisterSeekerSpacelanesSpace NewsThe Star DispatchTimeThe Times-PicayuneThe TimesTinseltown TattlerTombstone EpitaphUFP Commerce ReviewUFP TodayUSA TodayVillage VoiceWatch the SkiesThe WorldYouth Life
Programs Catching Up with NeelixFederation at WarIlluminating the City of LightMestiko This WeekNan's NewsnightNewstimei-NewsNewsNowTerra TonightThe Dr. Marv ShowThe Pascal Leight Show

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