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Designed by Jeff Levine, Electric Newspaper JNL is a display font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Jeff Levine Fonts.

Around 1931, the Los Angeles Times (in partnership with the Richfield Oil Company) installed on its building a moving message board similar to the one at the New York Times in New York City which they dubbed an “electric newspaper”.

The style of characters used on this electronic sign were the basis for the namesake font Electric Newspaper JNL, which is available in both regular and oblique versions.

A blank space to place between words is available on both the solid bar and broken bar keystrokes.

Foundry Jeff Levine Fonts
Fonts 2
Price $29.00
Released 2021
Style Display
Designer Jeff Levine

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