The Daily News

Daily News

In the mid-20th century, the Daily News dominated New York City’s tabloid market. The newspaper was best known for its sensational coverage of crime, scandal, and violence in addition to lurid photographs and cartoons. The News was able to hold on to its readership base despite competing head-to-head with the even more sensational rival New York Post. The paper also published an evening edition titled, the Sunday News.

The Daily News has been owned by Tronc since 2017. The newspaper’s recent resurgence is largely due to its bold reporting on the city and state. It is a popular choice for readers that want to keep up with the latest developments in their home city.

In 1924, the Daily News began publishing as a morning tabloid under the name of Illustrated Daily News. It quickly became the first successful newspaper printed in tabloid format. The paper achieved its peak in 1947 when it had a circulation of nearly two million copies a day. Today the newspaper has a daily circulation of about 170,000 copies. It is the ninth most circulated daily newspaper in the United States.

Its long history of sensational headlines has contributed to its reputation for bias and a lack of objectivity. In recent years the News has shifted its tone to become more moderate-to-liberal in its stances, especially when compared with its competitor the New York Post.

In the early 21st century, the Daily News lost some of its appeal with its screamers such as “Ford to City: Drop Dead!” Still, the News was able to hold on to a large portion of its readership through its local news coverage. The newspaper’s extensive bureaus include offices at One Police Plaza, the City Hall, and other government buildings in the city. The News is also a major source of sports information and coverage in the city.

The Daily News is an essential part of the American news media. The newspaper is a powerful tool that informs and affects public opinion on important issues. The newspaper’s mission is to serve the people of New York by providing the information they need. Its success is in the way it captures the uniqueness of the city through its stories and events.

Founded in 1878, the Yale Daily News Historical Archive contains digitized versions of every Daily News issue from its inception through 2021. The archive is available to anyone with a web browser. Many of the students who worked on the Yale Daily News went on to prominent careers in journalism and public life including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Sargent Shriver, and Strobe Talbott. For more information about the Yale Daily News and its history, visit its website. The Yale Daily News also has a podcast series called On Our Minds. This series, produced by NewsHour Classroom, includes lessons on mental health and more. Sign up here to get ready-to-go Daily News lessons delivered right to your inbox.