There are many types of newspapers. One of these types is the daily news. The Daily News is a newspaper based in Jersey City, NJ. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News and reached its peak circulation of 2.4 million copies per day in 1947. During this time, the newspaper became one of the most widely read daily newspapers in the United States.
Newspaper of general circulation
A newspaper of general circulation (NGC) is a daily or weekly publication that is sold for a set price to subscribers. It must meet certain criteria in order to qualify as a NGC. It must be printed daily and should have at least four pages and five columns. A newspaper of general circulation must publish legal notices and public notices in its pages.
Newspapers of general circulation must publish local news and must have a bona fide subscription list. They must also publish at regular intervals within their state, county, or city.
The Daily tabloid newspaper is a type of news media that uses aggressive tactics to promote its issues. These newspapers are published through magazine and mass-market paperback publishing channels. The most prominent tabloids in Finland include Iltalehti and Ilta-Sanomat. These publications are among the most popular in Europe.
The Daily Mirror is a British national daily tabloid newspaper, founded in 1903. It is published in the tabloid style. It has a sister publication, the Daily Mail on Sunday. The paper was purchased by Robert Maxwell in 1984 and was a part of the International Publishing Corporation from 1984 to 1991. In 1999, the newspaper merged with regional newspaper group Trinity. It has a daily print circulation of 962,670, and a Sunday tabloid, the Daily Mirror on Sunday.
Newspaper of crime
Crime news is a staple of modern media, and the newspaper format is more flexible than television, allowing it to cover more crimes. As a result, most people rely on the newspaper for crime information, so crime stories must be presented accurately and within a reasonable scope. News stories tend to focus on the most heinous crimes, a fact that can often be misleading.
Crime news is not always well reported, though. For example, one study found that crimes against women are disproportionately covered. The newspaper coverage of sexual offenses and violent crimes was overstated, while underreporting of minor offenses and crimes against public order was prevalent. The study used a sample of 116 newspapers from Scotland, four daily and two Sunday, to assess the frequency and extent of crime news in each newspaper.
Newspaper of celebrity gossip
Throughout history, there have been many newspaper publications that report on celebrity gossip. Most of these publications report news about celebrities’ private lives. There are also many websites that report on celebrity tidbits. Today, these newspapers are much more respectful of the celebrities’ privacy and reputations than they were even a decade ago. For example, Page Six, which was founded in the 1970s by James Brady, reports on the not-always-pleasant events that happen to celebrities.