What is the News Gothic™ font?
The standard American sanserif of the first two thirds of the twentieth century, prepared for ATF by Morris Fuller Benton in 1908 under the name News Gothic, with a matching lightface known as Lightline Gothic. Linotype’s Trade Gothic follows News Gothic except for its widely-spaced straight-sided boldface based on ATF Alternate Gothic No.3. Linotype matches News Gothic Bold, a boldface version that originated at Intertype, with Trade Gothic Bold No.2. Ludlow Record Gothic follows News Gothic more loosely.
News Gothic™ Font families
The News Gothic™ includes the following font families:
- News Gothic BT Std Light
- News Gothic BT Std Light Italic
- News Gothic BT Std Roman
- News Gothic BT Std Italic
- News Gothic BT Std Demi
- News Gothic BT Std Demi Italic
- News Gothic BT Std Bold
- News Gothic BT Std Bold Italic
- News Gothic BT Std Condensed
- News Gothic BT Std Condensed Italic
- News Gothic BT Std Condensed Bold
- News Gothic BT Std Condensed Bold Italic
- News Gothic BT Std Extra Condensed
- News Gothic BT Std Extra Condensed Bold
News Gothic™ Preview
Here is a preview of how News Gothic™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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