The Daily News App

The Daily News is a major American newspaper founded in 1919 in New York City. The paper is known for its brassy pictorial coverage and a willingness to go one step further than its competitors in pursuit of attention-grabbing front pages. One example of this was a 1928 front page photograph of Ruth Snyder mid-electrocution, which was the first such photo to appear in a major metropolitan newspaper. The Daily News remained a dominant force in the newspaper industry throughout the 1930s, 1940s and beyond.

In 1978, however, the Daily News lost 145,000 subscribers in three months during a multi-union strike. The Times suggested that this wasn’t solely due to the strike, pointing to price hikes and production problems, but it was certainly the beginning of cracks in the paper’s previously impenetrable exterior.

The New York Daily News is available on multiple platforms including desktop and mobile apps. The app includes a variety of features such as the ability to read newspapers offline, download editions for future reading and the option to share stories on social media. It also includes a selection of New York City exclusives, sports, gossip and opinion columns written by award-winning writers and columnists.

Its editorial board has included famous columnists such as Ed Sullivan, E. R. Shipp, Mike McAlary and Abner Louima, and it is a regular winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing. The paper has a strong commitment to protecting the First Amendment and the rights of New Yorkers, particularly those considered to be marginalized or without voice. The newspaper also has a long history of supporting local artists and events.

A broad range of business and technology news is covered by the Daily News, as well as international news and politics. The app also covers science and health issues, with a special section on global warming. It also offers daily weather reports, and a variety of other features such as classified ads, comics, and a sports section.

The newspaper’s website has a number of interactive features, including a searchable archive of past articles. The site also contains a variety of multimedia content, such as audio clips and videos from the newsroom and interviews with current and former staff members. It has a comprehensive education and career center, and offers numerous job listings.

The Daily News is available as a subscription service through its publisher, Tronc, Inc. The subscription cost is $39 a month and allows readers access to all print and digital editions, as well as the website and mobile apps. In addition, subscribers can enjoy exclusive content on the NYDN website and mobile apps, including video and podcasts, and can download a weekly newspaper for offline reading. In addition to online subscriptions, the Daily News has a brick and mortar store in Manhattan. Its headquarters, the News Building, was designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, and opened in 1929. The building was later used by WPIX-TV, and is now a National Historic Landmark.