The Daily News

Daily News

Founded in 1919, the Daily News is a United States newspaper based in New York City. It is a tabloid newspaper with an average circulation of over 200,000 copies per day, making it the ninth most circulated daily newspaper in the country. The Daily News is also the parent company of WPIX, an FM radio station that is now owned by CBS Radio. In addition to its print edition, the Daily News also publishes magazines and newspapers. It has a bureau in Brooklyn, as well as local bureaus in Queens and the Bronx. The company has won 11 Pulitzer Prizes.

The Daily News has a storied history that dates back to its earliest days in the mid-19th century. In fact, it was once the most widely circulated newspaper in the United States. It also produced the first ever US daily tabloid. It also was a pioneer in the use of photographs. It was one of the first American papers to use the Associated Press wirephoto service in the 1930s. The Daily News espoused a conservative populist agenda for most of the 20th century, but in the 1960s it shifted its focus to more liberal causes.

The Daily News has been a thorn in the side of the New York Post for many years, with the two publications competing for attention and circulation. While the Daily News has enjoyed some success in recent years, it has not been able to eke out an exclusive claim to the title of “most read newspaper” in the Big Apple. In fact, the paper’s circulation has fallen from over two million in 1947 to a mere over 200,000 today. However, the Daily News still stands as one of the nation’s top selling newspapers.

In fact, the Daily News has an interactive version of its print edition, allowing readers to download the paper and read it on their desktop, tablet, or smartphone. It also has a suite of digital features that make reading the newspaper easier and more fun. Users can swipe between pages, share stories through email, and save versions of the newspaper for offline reading. Aside from being one of the most popular daily newspapers in the country, the Daily News has also won the Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles penned by its editor-in-chief, David Bowie. In the past, the newspaper has had some of the most storied journalists in American journalism, from Clarence Thomas to Arthur Miller. Moreover, the Daily News has been a recipient of several other prestigious honors as well. The best part is, its history is still being written.

The New York Daily News is not actually connected to the earlier New York Daily News. Rather, it has gone through several name changes over the years. It started off as the Illustrated Daily News, and later became the New York Daily News and finally the Daily News. As of 2015, the Daily News is owned by tronc, a media company in Chicago.