The Daily News

Daily News

Founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson, the Daily News was one of the first newspapers in the United States to be published in a tabloid format. Its success was in large part due to its focus on crime and corruption. By the end of World War II, the Daily News had a circulation of nearly 2 million copies daily.

Its staff members won numerous awards for their writing, photography, and advertising. Today, the Daily News is a major publishing company in New York state. The Daily News publishes a variety of niche publications, including sports and local business. It also maintains local bureaus in Queens and Brooklyn.

The Daily News has a tradition of using cartoons and lurid photographs to attract readers. The paper was a pioneer in using the Associated Press wire photo service in the 1930s. It also ranked as one of the top circulation newspapers in the United States.

The Daily News is part of Johnson Newspaper Corp., which covers New York state’s Hudson Valley and North Country. Its website has an interactive edition that allows readers to swipe between pages. It also offers readers the ability to download editions for offline reading. This is the most convenient way to read the newspaper.

The Daily News also features extensive sports coverage and opinion sections. It has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes. It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2017. This newspaper has also been described by the New York Times as “populist” and “flexibly centrist”.

In July 2017, the Daily News was sold to Tribune Publishing for $1. The Daily News has been in financial trouble for years. In 2017, the newspaper had circulation of more than 200,000. This is the fifth time the newspaper has been sold by Tribune Publishing, which also owns The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

The Daily News has a history of giving voice to the voiceless. Its staff has been credited with giving comfort to afflicted people. It also focuses on crime and social intrigue. The Daily News has also won awards for commentary and feature writing. It also features celebrity gossip and classified ads. The Daily News also has a website that allows readers to share stories via email.

The Daily News has been a part of the New York City media landscape for over a century. During the 1940s and early 1950s, the Daily News supported isolationism in World War II. In the 1960s, the Daily News began to shift away from the conservative populism that had defined its news coverage. It was no longer able to hold the city’s attention with a single headline. The Daily News has also been called the “New York Post of the South”.

The Daily News was sold to Tribune Publishing in 2017. The Daily News was originally owned by New York News, Inc., and had a circulation of 1.5 million copies by 1930. After a few months, it changed its name to the Daily News.

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