The Daily News

Daily News

The Daily News, founded in 1919, is an American tabloid newspaper based in New York City. It was the first newspaper published in tabloid format and once had the largest circulation of any newspaper in the United States. The newspaper continues to publish every weekday, excluding holidays, and is the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States. It is owned by Tronc, the Tribune Publishing Company’s publishing division, and operates from 4 New York Plaza in Manhattan. The newspaper has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes.

In recent decades, the Daily News has exhibited a liberal-to-moderate bias, often contrasting with its right-wing rival, the New York Post. The newspaper is the ninth most widely read daily in the United States, with a circulation of more than 200,000 copies.

A newspaper that serves a diverse, urban audience with a high readership in Brooklyn and Queens, the Daily News focuses on local news and politics. It has strong coverage of police, schools, and public policy, and offers extensive sports coverage. The paper also carries out investigations of government and corporate corruption, as well as social issues such as housing and racial justice. The newspaper has a long history of editorial activism, and has supported a variety of civil rights causes.

It has a strong tradition of visual storytelling, and was an early adopter of the Associated Press wirephoto service in the 1930s. In addition to a large staff of reporters, the Daily News also has an outstanding staff of photojournalists. In addition to its regular weekly edition, the Daily News publishes several special issues each year. These include the Yale-Harvard game day issue, the Commencement issue and the First Year issue. It also publishes annual special issues celebrating the university’s Indigenous, Black, AAPI and Latinx communities in collaboration with Yale’s cultural centers and affiliated student groups.

The News has maintained offices in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens as well as at City Hall, One Police Plaza and various state and federal courthouses in Manhattan. Its website is updated frequently, and the newspaper has an active Twitter feed. In addition, the Daily News maintains its own cable and satellite television channels and radio stations.

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