Death of the Daily News

Daily News

The New York Daily News is a tabloid newspaper published in the city of New York. Founded in 1919, it was the first US daily printed in tabloid format and reached its peak circulation in 1947. It is currently owned by tronc and is the fourth most popular newspaper in the United States.

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This a fascinating and insightful look at what happens when a town loses its newspaper. While the story of what happened to McKeesport is not unique, it is a symptom of what is happening across America as newspapers continue to fade away in towns and cities large and small.

A must read for anyone who cares about the future of journalism in this country. This book is a timely, richly layered anatomy of what happens when local news dies and how citizens try to fill the void in their communities. Andrew Conte examines the failure of both top-down and bottom-up approaches to journalism and concludes that if we want journalism to survive in this country, it must be led by communities themselves.

In Death of the Daily News, Conte brilliantly takes us from life to death and back to life again, leaving us with hope that local news can rise from its ashes. He writes with a perceptive and empathetic approach, even as he sounds the alarm about communities that are losing their news sources.

Despite the loss of so many local papers, the New York Times continues to hold its position as one of the most reputable and respected news sources in the US. It is a valuable resource for all Americans, regardless of political affiliation or party. The New York Times has the highest readership of any newspaper in the United States. The newspaper’s critics often accuse the New York Times of being biased against President Trump, but it has a strong track record for investigative reporting and is considered to be an objective source.