The New York Daily News

Daily News

When the New York Daily News was launched in 1919, it became the first American newspaper to be published in a tabloid format. The paper had a circulation of 1.5 million by 1930. During the 1920s, the Daily News gained a reputation for its sensational coverage of crime, politics and social intrigue. It also won 11 Pulitzer Prizes.

For decades, the Daily News was a staunch Republican publication. In the 1940s, it espoused conservative populism. However, the publication began to shift in the 1970s. By the mid-1970s, the paper was a moderate-to-liberal alternative to the right-leaning New York Post. This led to a circulation increase of about 2 million copies a day in the next decade.

Towards the end of the 1970s, the Daily News started to lose its hold on the city’s attention. While the Daily News was still able to generate a strong local news coverage, it no longer was able to hold the attention of the whole city with a single headline. Instead, the paper had to employ many more reporters and photographers.

The Daily News has been a leading voice for the people of New York for many years. It has won numerous international awards for its reporting and commentary. It also offers its readers an interactive edition on computers and mobile devices. These interactive versions provide readers with enhanced features, including the ability to swipe between pages.

The Daily News also has a variety of classified advertisements for its readers to peruse. As well as the main sports section, it also has a variety of entertainment and opinion sections. It also includes large photographs and comics for readers to enjoy. Besides its website, the Daily News also owns a radio station. WPIX-FM, which was once known as “New York’s Picture Newspaper”, is now owned by CBS Radio.

Although the Daily News has struggled for years with its finances, the newspaper has been able to stay afloat, producing a circulation of over 200,000 copies a day in 2016. It also maintains several local bureaus in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. The paper has won a number of awards for its journalism, including the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.

Since 2017, the newspaper has been owned by Tribune Publishing. Prior to its purchase, the newspaper was owned by Mortimer B. Zuckerman, a real estate developer and media mogul. He sold the newspaper for one dollar to the Chicago-based media company in 2017. Aside from the newspapers, the company also owns several radio stations, television stations and digital content.

The Daily News is available on both desktops and mobile devices, and it can be downloaded to read offline. Users can share stories through email or on social networks, and they can also download an interactive version of the newspaper. With its wide variety of content, the Daily News has been a popular platform for readers to communicate and interact with each other.

Throughout its history, the Daily News has given comfort and support to the voiceless. It has helped give justice to criminals, and it has provided strong local news coverage, particularly in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.