The Daily News

Daily News

Founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News, the New York Daily News is one of the first tabloid-size daily newspapers in the United States. Its circulation reached its peak in 1947, when 2.4 million copies were sold every day. The paper’s editorial style has been described by the New York Times as “high-minded, flexible, centrist, and populist,” and it has won many awards for journalism. In addition to its daily paper, The Daily News produces several niche publications focused on local business and agriculture.

The Daily News has been owned by Tribune Publishing since 2017; before that, it was owned by New York News, Inc. It is a tabloid-size newspaper that specializes in sports, news, and commentary. It is also a leading news website and produces niche publications devoted to local business and agriculture. Its interactive edition allows readers to read, share, and interact with articles on their computer, phone, or tablet. Users can download the newspaper for offline reading or share stories through email. The Daily News has won many awards for journalism, including 11 Pulitzer Prizes.

The Daily News espoused conservative populism from the 1940s through the 1960s, but in the 1970s, the paper began to shift in editorial direction. The paper began to take a more liberal stance in its coverage of politics and foreign affairs. While the paper still retained a strong emphasis on local news, the Daily News also began to focus on politics and social intrigue. The paper also emphasized photography and cartoons. In the 1930s, the paper began to use the wirephoto service of the Associated Press.

After the paper’s sale to Tribune Publishing, the paper’s editorial staff was slashed in half. The paper’s circulation began to drop, and its owners began to shut down four other Tribune newspapers. In response, the paper’s employees began campaigns to save the publication. They also began to impose furloughs and pay cuts.

When the newspaper moved to another building, many of its mainstays sat on a bench that remained in the lobby. Legendary boxing writer Jimmy Cannon and a host of other journalists sat on the bench. The newspaper also had a distinctive four-faced clock that was still in use.

The Daily News became a model for tabloid newspapers in the 1990s and the early 2000s. Its staff of award-winning writers and photographers won several awards for journalism. Its coverage of crime and corruption drew readers, and it was a major source of inspiration for the 1990s television program The Daily Planet. In addition to its news coverage, the paper had a popular comics section and an opinion section. The Daily News also won several awards for advertising and photography.

The Daily News is based in Jersey City, NJ, but it maintains local bureaus in Brooklyn and Queens. The paper also produces a radio station that is simulcast on AM radio. This radio station was purchased by Emmis Communications in 1991, and has since been sold to CBS Radio.