The Daily News

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The daily news is a daily briefing that contains the latest in science, culture, sports, politics and business. It is written and edited to be as unbiased as possible. The daily news is a popular resource for students, researchers, and anyone interested in the most recent information.

Founded in 1919, the Daily News considers itself New York’s hometown newspaper. It has been known for zesty headlines, intense city news coverage and star columnists including Jimmy Breslin, Pete Hamill and Liz Smith. It has also been a leading force in shaping New York City’s dynamic and has won many Pulitzer Prizes. It has also grappled with changes in news consumption and advertising revenue that have hurt newspaper companies across the country.

It was once the largest daily newspaper in the world, with a circulation of nearly one million copies. Its headquarters was at 450 West 33rd Street in Manhattan, which straddled the railroad tracks that led into Pennsylvania Station. The News also owned a television station, WPIX, and an FM radio station, then called WPIX-FM (now known as Radio 1040). Its newspaper operations were sold off over the years, but it kept its ownership of the radio stations and the newspaper building, which is now the home of the New York Mets.

In addition to the daily newspaper, the company publishes several niche publications devoted to business, agriculture and tourism. It also operates an online news website with about 25 million unique visitors a month. Its editorial and advertising staff has won multiple awards. Its news and advertising content is distributed by wire services, including the Associated Press. The company has a large number of regional affiliates.

The Daily News is owned by Tronc, which evolved from the Tribune Co. The purchase gives Tronc a presence in the lucrative New York media market and boosts its advertising sales. It also helps it gain access to a large and growing segment of the digital advertising market.

In 2019, the Daily News and ProPublica won a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for exposing how police officers used a little-known law to evict residents of public housing in Brooklyn. The Daily News and ProPublica were the only newspapers to receive a Pulitzer this year.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive provides digitized versions of printed issues dating back to 1878. The archive is open to the general public. It is part of the library’s Digital Scholarship Initiative and is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is available free of charge and can be accessed using a computer at any Yale library or by logging into your personal account. This site includes full-text articles as well as links to related resources such as images and video clips. The archives are searchable by topic and keyword. Each article also contains comprehension and critical thinking questions, as well as background information and resources. The questions are designed to help readers gain a deeper understanding of the article and develop their own conclusions about important events in history.