The Daily News Goes Digital

The Daily News is a well-read newspaper in South Africa. The paper was first published in 1919 and was sold to Tronc in 2017. It is available online as a digital edition, which is the exact copy of the print edition. Readers will be able to view the newspaper’s news, celebrity gossip, opinion section, and classified ads.

The Daily News was founded in 1919

The Daily News was founded in 1919, and today, it is one of the largest newspapers in the country. It has a diverse editorial staff, including a renowned sports section and a broad news coverage. It also owns a local bureau in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. The newspaper also has an office at City Hall and a bureau at One Police Plaza, along with bureaus at various federal and state courthouses.

It was sold to Tronc in 2017

According to the Chicago Tribune, Tronc has acquired the New York Daily News, which will be renamed the Tronc News Network. The sale will give Tronc control of The News’ operations, including its printing plant in Jersey City, which currently draws about 200,000 readers per day. It also includes the newspaper’s pension obligations and its 25-acre property. It will also increase Tronc’s digital audience, which is estimated to top 80 million unique monthly visitors.

It is now a digital edition replica of the print edition

The Daily News has gone digital, and you can read it on your computer or smartphone. The digital edition features the same content as the print edition, including interactive features and searchable content. It also allows you to print out stories, which is an added benefit. You can also share the stories via e-mail or social networks. Unlike the print edition, the digital edition is not published on major holidays, such as Christmas or Thanksgiving.

It includes celebrity gossip, classified ads, and opinion section

Besides its opinion section and classified ads, The Daily News also features celebrity gossip. You can read about the latest breaking news, celebrity unions and breakups, and movie and TV shows. This newspaper also has a sports section and a daily comic.

It moved downtown in 2011

The Daily News is moving to a new location downtown, 219 Main St., in May. The new office will house about 35 full-time employees. Previously, the newspaper was located at 450 W. 33rd St., but the lease on that building will expire in 2019. The new location will also include the temporary offices of Northwood Gallery and the former McCandless Hallmark building. This move will give the paper more space downtown for editorial, circulation, and advertising. Local leaders have welcomed the move as a positive step for the downtown Midland area.

It won a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service

The Anchorage Daily News has won a Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on issues related to the Alaska Native community. The paper’s series on sexual violence in rural Alaska’s indigenous villages was one of the news organizations to win the Pulitzer Prize for public service in 2020. The article also detailed the lack of law enforcement in the area and prompted the federal government to declare a public safety emergency and pledge $52 million to address the problem. Additionally, the series spurred lawmakers to create a special legislative study commission to fix flaws in the Village Public Safety Officer Program, a program that runs parallel to the state police.

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