The Daily News

Daily News

A daily newspaper is a periodical publication that contains news and opinions about current events. It is usually printed on paper or card stock and delivered to homes, businesses or public places. It can contain national, international or local news. Some newspapers have color photos or illustrations and include classified ads. They may also feature comics or a section for sports.

The New York Daily News is a tabloid newspaper that was founded in 1919. The newspaper is famous for its shocking headlines and inflammatory content. It was once the highest-circulation daily newspaper in the world. It is now owned by Tronc, which purchased it from Mortimer Zuckerman in 2017. The Daily News has a long tradition of reporting on local events and is known for its celebrity gossip, city news coverage, and sports journalism.

During the 1920s, the Daily News found abundant subject matter in political wrongdoing, social intrigue (such as the scandal surrounding Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII), and fads (such as the popularity of the Teapot Dome Scandal). It was also an early user of wirephotography. The newspaper’s home from 1929 to 1995 was the landmark News Building at 220 East 42nd Street, designed by architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. The News moved to its current headquarters at 450 West 33rd Street in 1995.

Today, the Daily News is a multiplatform news organization that features print and online products, including a website, mobile applications, and video content. Its editorial staff consists of about 900 employees. The newspaper’s website is an important source of revenue and is one of the most visited websites in the United States. The Daily News is a member of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Association of Health Care Journalists.

In this lesson, students will explore the history of the Daily News and its impact on the United States and the world. They will also learn about how the daily newspaper industry is changing as it struggles to keep up with readers’ demands for more and more digital news. This article is part of NewsHour Classroom’s Daily News Lessons series, which provides ready-to-use lessons that use news stories from the day to teach skills related to informational text and media literacy. To receive Daily News Lessons and other news resources in your email box each morning, sign up below!