How to Write a Daily News Article

The Daily News is a tabloid newspaper in New York City that began publishing in 1919. It was the first successful tabloid in the United States, drawing readers with sensational coverage of crime and scandal, lurid photographs, and humorous cartoons. The paper grew rapidly and was one of the most widely read newspapers in the world by the 1930s, but circulation declined sharply after that, largely because it lost market share to rival New York Post tabloids.

The most popular stories in Daily News are local news, celebrity gossip and sports. These are the types of articles that students can relate to and are likely to be interested in reading about. Other popular topics include political issues (for example, immigration) and controversies. Keeping up with current events is important, especially for students. This will help them keep their current knowledge up to date and can make for interesting class discussions.

Writing a news article requires a lot of creativity. The headline must be catchy, emotion evoking, or create curiosity. The body of the story needs to provide a good amount of information and be organized. The most important information should be provided at the top and the rest of the article should flow down. It is also important to have a lot of photos, as this is what most people pay attention to when they are reading a news article.

Students can practice their journalism skills by writing for their school newspaper or by submitting articles to a website or blog. If the article is published, it will give the student a sense of accomplishment and can also be a great source of pride.

If the student is not sure what to write about, they can look at other school newspapers for ideas or ask a teacher for ideas. It is important to remember that a news article is not a novel; it must contain only the essential facts.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive contains access to digitized versions of printed editions of the Yale Daily News, which was founded in 1878 and is the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States. Issues are available online in full text for free. The collection includes over 140 years of YDN reporting, including archives from the earliest days of newspaper publishing through the most recent editions. The archive was made possible by a generous gift from an anonymous Yale alumnus in 2021. It enables the Library to expand and maintain the resource in perpetuity.

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