The Daily News

Daily News

The New York Daily News is a tabloid newspaper founded in 1919 and the first successful paper published in tabloid format in the United States. The News became a national phenomenon, attracting readers with sensational stories of crime and scandal, lurid photographs, and cartoons and other entertainment features. Today, the Daily News is owned by Tronc, the parent company of Tribune Publishing, and is based at 4 New York Plaza in Manhattan.

The News has always been one of the most important and influential American newspapers. It has reported on the effects of war, poverty, and racial discrimination, as well as major political events. The paper also pioneered investigative journalism in the United States, covering a variety of topics from police misconduct and corruption to celebrity feuds. The News has long been considered a model for other newspapers around the country, and many of its journalists have gone on to become prominent authors and journalists in their own right.

Throughout its history, the News has often been criticized for its inflammatory language and alleged bias against Jews, but in recent years it has shifted to a more centrist editorial direction. Its coverage of local and regional politics is extensive, and its editorial page takes a strong stand on issues of public interest. The News is known for its hard-hitting investigative reporting and in-depth coverage of crime and violence in the city, and has been at the forefront of the battle over abortion rights, gun control, and other issues.

The News also has a strong tradition of community service. In addition to its print and online editions, the News maintains a number of television and radio outlets, including WPIX (Channel 11 in New York City), which got its call letters from the Daily News’ nickname of “New York’s Picture Newspaper”, and WFAN-FM, an FM simulcast of the News’ AM flagship station. In 1948, the News helped establish what would later be called NBC Television and in 1951 bought what would become WPIX-FM (now known as CBS Radio). The News has also maintained a significant presence in the community through its radio and television news services and by funding social service programs. While anyone may submit a column for consideration, the News editorial staff prefers submissions from Yale-New Haven residents. The editors will consider columns that make a defensible argument using credible evidence and address issues of relevance to the Yale-New Haven area. Submissions should be no more than 600 words. The News is committed to maintaining its standards of excellence in fairness, honesty, and integrity. We will not knowingly publish material that is libelous or that contains confidential information. The News reserves the right to edit all submissions and to reject any that it deems unsuitable for publication. For more information, see the Terms of Use.