ScienceDaily – A Review of the Daily News

Daily News

Daily News is a tabloid newspaper with a history stretching back to 1919. Founded as the Illustrated Daily News, it became the first US daily paper to be printed in a tabloid format. Today, it is the ninth-largest newspaper in the country with a daily circulation of 200,000 copies.

The Daily News is a digital edition replica of the print newspaper, available on your computer and mobile devices via the web or apps. Featuring a simple user interface and the latest in digital tools, it’s the ideal way to read your favorite newspaper wherever you are.

Using its interactive features, you can: – Download the edition for offline reading – Swipe between pages and top stories – Share articles with friends by email (where available) – View the full-screen version of each article You can also order TV News Clips for faster and more cost effective delivery.

ScienceDaily is a site dedicated to breaking news about the latest scientific discoveries, research and advancements from around the world, selected from press materials provided by leading universities, scientific journals and research organizations. The site contains over 500 individual topics grouped into 12 main sections, covering: medical sciences and health; physical sciences and technology; biological sciences and the environment; social sciences, business and education; and more.

In terms of news coverage, the Daily News has been known for its sensational reporting on crime and scandal, its lurid photographs, its cartoons and its coverage of the New York Yankees, Mets, Giants and Jets. During the 1920s it was also a pioneer in news photography, using the Associated Press wirephoto service to provide lurid photos of political wrongdoing and social intrigue.

Although the Daily News has been a Republican bastion for most of its existence, it has shifted to a more moderate stance in recent years. The paper is sometimes contrasted with the right-rated New York Post as a more moderate publication that supports a less polarized politics.

The Daily News has an AllSides Media Bias Rating of Left, which displays media bias in ways that strongly align with liberal, progressive or left-wing thought and/or policy agendas. The newspaper has a well-defined editorial stance and uses its website as a platform for communicating with readers.

The Daily News has won many awards over the years, including being named the most prestigious newspaper in the U.S. in 2006. It is a major player in the media industry, having owned television stations and radio stations, and publishing a wide variety of magazines and newspapers, many of which are now part of its online portfolio.