Daily News

Daily News

A daily newspaper is a publication that is published on a regular schedule, typically every day. In the United States, many daily newspapers are found in large metropolitan areas. While many daily newspapers focus on national or international news, some also report on local events and issues. Most daily newspapers are printed on paper and distributed through outlets such as newsstands, shops and libraries. Increasingly, most daily newspapers are available online as well.

The daily newspaper industry was revolutionized by the development of printing presses capable of producing high volume runs of multiple pages at a time. These machines allowed daily newspapers to be produced more cheaply and quickly than ever before. The increased distribution of daily newspapers led to a larger number of readers, allowing daily papers to make money and become profitable.

Throughout history, people have looked to the daily newspaper to stay informed about current events and issues. Throughout the world, daily newspapers can be read by people of all ages and backgrounds. Today, the daily newspaper industry is struggling to maintain its profitability and readership levels. There are many reasons for this including competition from online media, decreased demand for hard copies of daily newspapers and the rise in popularity of digital formats such as television and mobile phones.

In the United States, there are several major daily newspapers, including the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times. The New York Times is known for its long history of reporting on the city and its citizens. In addition, the newspaper has been a leader in breaking news stories such as the September 11 attacks and the 2008 presidential election. The Los Angeles Times has been a leader in investigative journalism and is a highly respected source of information.

The New York Daily News is a tabloid-format newspaper founded in 1919 and the first tabloid newspaper in the United States. The paper is currently owned by tronc, the successor company to Tribune Publishing (which was sold to a cost-slashing hedge fund in 2017). The newspaper’s primary editorial offices are located in Manhattan. The New York Daily News has a reputation for liberal bias and is often contrasted with the more conservative New York Post.

The Daily News’ website is a clunky, frustrating experience to use. Its numerous pop up ads, redirections and pages that take forever to load are a pain for anyone who just wants to get some news. Fortunately, the library has access to bound copies of the newspaper as well as microfilm beginning in 1881. Check out the Daily News Historical Archive here. Use your Library Card Number to log in and browse years of the newspaper at a time.