Moon was known for having vast wealth, his international media conglomerate News World Communications founded The Washington Times in 1982.
What does NWC stand for?
NWC stands for News World Communications (Unification Church)
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- Naval War College
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- Neighborhood Work Center
- Neighbors Who Care (Sun Lakes, AZ)
- Net Working Capital
- Network Computing (Magazine)
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- New World Computing
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- Nintendo World Championships (video game competition)
- Northern Web Coders (German blog)
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- Northwest Chess
- Northwest Coalition
- Northwest College (Powell, Wyoming)
- Northwest Company, Inc. (Montreal Fur Traders)
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- Northwest Consulting (Murmansk, Russia)
- Northwest Corner (location in an intersection)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Politico said that an agreement to sell the paper has been struck by News World Communications, a company controlled by the Rev.
The Middle East Times - a sister publication of the Washington Times which is owned by News World Communications - carried the report on Dec.
Just two years after its founding, the paper was rocked by the resignation of its first Editor-in-Chief James Whelan amid charges of improper influence by executives at News World Communications, the Times's parent company which is the for-profit media arm of the Unification Church's business empire.
Thomas, who had covered the White House since the administration of John Kennedy, left UPI the day after it was sold to News World Communications Inc.
As Times officials are fond of saying, at least once every five minutes in the presence of any outside reporter, the paper is owned, not by the Unification Church itself but by News World Communications, a for-profit holding company owned by church officials.
Business Editors/Media Industry Reporters WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 15, 2000 News World Communications Inc.