Grand Forks (North Dakota) Herald, June 10, 1910, page 4:
Every little while someone writes about the telephone newspaper at Buda-Pesth, and tells what a fine thing it is. We are free to confess that we are not impressed. The beauty of the printed newspaper is that you can pick it up when you get ready, read first about the things that interest you, and go on about your business. Imagine the feelings of the man in a hurry who has to wait until the telephone has described the latest developments in the political situation before he can find out whether the Sox or the Tigers won yesterday's game.