The Daily News

Daily News

Founded in 1919, The Daily News is one of the oldest and most successful tabloid newspapers in the United States. The paper, which is published in New York City and its nearby suburbs, has become known for its sensational coverage of crime and corruption. It has won multiple awards for writing, photography, and advertising. In 2017, The Daily News was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.

The newspaper was purchased by Tronc, a Chicago-based media company, in 2017 for $1. The Daily News’s circulation has grown to more than 200,000 copies a day. Its digital edition can be read on desktop and mobile devices. It also offers a variety of digital tools and interactive features. Users can share stories through email, swipe between pages of the newspaper, and download editions for offline reading. Its interactive edition is the most convenient way to read the paper.

In addition to its tabloid format, The Daily News has a large section dedicated to sports. The paper has won awards for feature writing, photography, and advertising. Its staff has also been recognized for its investigative reporting and commentary. It is considered one of the nation’s best-selling newspapers.

After the World War II, the Daily News supported a moderate, centrist position. It supported the anti-Communist isolationism of President Franklin Roosevelt and opposed President Truman’s policies on race. The paper also espoused a conservative populism, which continued throughout the 1950s and 1960s. In the 1970s, the Daily News’s circulation dropped. It was no longer able to keep a city’s attention with a single headline. In the 1980s, Tribune Publishing, which owned The Daily News, began to shift the newspaper’s newsroom. In the 1990s, the newsroom was cut in half, and the newspaper moved from its former headquarters on East 42nd Street to another location on West 33rd Street.

The Daily News is the largest circulation newspaper in the New York City area. It has local bureaus in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. It also publishes a newspaper in the towns of Genesee, Wyoming, and Orleans counties. In addition to local news, the Daily News also publishes a variety of articles and magazines. In addition, The Daily News’s website has become one of the most comprehensive news websites in the country.

The Daily News is also widely read in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The newspaper’s newsroom is home to journalists such as Bill Gallo, who wrote an article about a wooden bench that has been moved from its former headquarters on East 42nd to its new home on West 33rd Street. Several of the Daily News’s mainstays sat on the bench, including legendary boxing writer Jimmy Cannon.

The Daily News’s editorial position has been described by the New York Times as being “highly-minded” and “flexibly centrist”. The paper has won multiple awards for feature writing, photography, and advertising.

The Daily News has been a model for the tabloids depicted in films like “Superman” and “The Paper”. It has served as the basis for several television shows and movies.