The Daily News
The Daily News is the morning newspaper published in New York City. It is a tabloid newspaper which is known for sensational coverage of crime, scandal and violence, and lurid photographs. Its circulation has been estimated to be about 2.4 million copies per day, and it is the eleventh-highest circulated paper in the United States.
Its first issue was published in 1919 and it was originally called the Illustrated Daily News, but changed to the Daily News after a few months. The paper was founded by Joseph Medill Patterson and it is a subsidiary of the Tribune Company of Chicago. It was the first successful American tabloid and grew rapidly in popularity, especially after it began using wirephotography to photograph subjects from a distance.
For many years, the Daily News espoused a conservative stance, in line with its sister publication, the Chicago Tribune, and it was a supporter of isolationism during World War II. Its editorial stance has shifted over time, however, becoming more liberal as of the mid-1970s.
Throughout its history, the Daily News has featured articles on many controversial political topics including slavery, the Teapot Dome Scandal, and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. It also published articles on social issues such as racial discrimination and gender inequality.
The newspaper has a long tradition of using cartoons and other humor to attract readers. Its comics section often features caricatures of celebrities. It also publishes cartoons by the legendary cartoonist Woody Allen.
In addition to its print edition, the Daily News publishes an electronic version of its newspaper for use on computers, tablets and mobile devices. It is available through an app and a web browser.
Its headquarters are located in New York City, in the Daily News Building at 450 West 33rd Street in Manhattan. The building was designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, and is part of the Manhattan West neighborhood. It was formerly occupied by WPIX-TV (Channel 11), which is owned by the parent company, The Tribune Company.
The daily edition of the newspaper is a free version, available to download for offline reading. You can also purchase a subscription to the digital edition of the Daily News for additional features.
For those who are interested in the Great Lakes region, the Great Lakes Daily News is an important resource. It provides a daily selection of news stories on important Great Lakes issues, curated by the Great Lakes Commission staff. It also offers a daily email digest that subscribers can access through their email inboxes.
The Great Lakes Daily News is available on desktop, tablet and mobile devices for free through the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. The service allows users to subscribe for a single year or multiple years and read the latest news on the Great Lakes from any location, at any time. The service includes a curated news feed, breaking news alerts, and more.