Death of the Daily News

Daily News

The Daily News is the ninth most-read newspaper in the United States, printing over 200,000 copies a day. Founded in 1919, it was the first tabloid newspaper ever published in the U.S. and was one of the most influential papers of its time. The News is a daily newspaper with a strong emphasis on New York City news, sports, celebrity gossip and politics. It has a reputation for being self-professed liberal in its editorial policies, and is often contrasted with the more conservative New York Post.

The New York Daily News is a free daily newspaper that provides national and local news, sports and opinion. It features award-winning writers, columnists and opinion formers. Daily News readers also get exclusive New York Yankees, Mets and Giants coverage and the latest in politics.

As the first of its kind, the Daily News was the model for later tabloids. It was known for its sensational headlines, and the News was often described as “New York’s worst enemy.” It also featured intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, classified ads and comics, in addition to a regular political section.

At its peak in the mid-20th century, the Daily News was one of the nation’s best-selling newspapers, although circulation declined significantly by the 21st century. It has been owned by tronc since 2017.

The paper is well-known for its scathing coverage of politicians, celebrities and other public figures, as well as its investigative reporting. The News has also been at the forefront of many social issues. It has been a leader in the fight against racism and sexism, including sexual harassment, gender bias, and workplace discrimination.

In the past, the Daily News has portrayed itself as a fierce competitor to the New York Post, which it has referred to as “New York’s other tabloid.” However, in recent years the newspaper has shifted more toward the center. Nonetheless, the News remains highly influential.

Death of the Daily News is a searching, deeply reported look at what happens when a town loses its local newspaper. The book is perceptive and thoughtful, even as it sounds the alarm about a societal crisis that is growing worse. It is a work that should be read and shared.