How to Write a Daily News Article

Daily News

A daily newspaper is a publication that is published at least once per week and mainly reports events which have happened since the previous issue. A daily newspaper often contains articles about politics, business, culture, society, and other topics that are important to its readers. It is usually accompanied by photographs and other graphics. Previously, newspapers were printed on paper and distributed by hand, but now most are available online.

When writing a news article, it is important to know your audience. This will help you decide which topics to include and what kind of tone to use in your article. You should also be sure to check all of your facts before publishing an article. This will help prevent your article from being discredited in the future. It is also a good idea to read other newspapers and watch news stations to see how they write their articles.

The New York Daily News is an American tabloid newspaper founded in 1919. It was one of the first successful dailies and drew readers with sensational stories of crime, scandal, and violence, as well as lurid photography and cartoons. It also emphasized political wrongdoing such as the Teapot Dome Scandal, social intrigue such as Wallis Simpson’s romance with King Edward VIII that led to his abdication, and celebrity gossip. The Daily News was an early user of the Associated Press wirephoto service in the 1930s and developed a staff of photographers.

News-O-Matic is a daily current affairs website for students grades K-8. Its engaging articles teach children 21st-century skills such as critical thinking and media literacy, and thousands of schools incorporate its news content into their literacy, science, and social-emotional learning curricula. News-O-Matic is free to use and offers resources for teachers, including lesson plans and activity ideas aligned to Common Core standards. Its articles are available in three Lexile levels, and students can listen to each story being read aloud by a native speaker.

These classroom-friendly, kid-tested news sites provide a variety of viewpoints on key current events. They are not partisan, offer reporting and research rather than opinion or propaganda, and dig into a host of topics that students will naturally gravitate toward.

IAS GYAN provides daily Current Affairs page which covers news in the field of Politics, Economy, World, India and other national and international issues. Current Affairs pages are designed in a way so that important news headlines are placed above the fold. This means they are visible on the screen before a reader has to scroll down to see more news. This helps students focus on the most important stories and developments. It also includes a quiz that allows aspirants to test their understanding of the latest news and events.

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