The Daily News and Other Local Newspapers

Daily News

The Daily News is a daily newspaper based in Jersey City, New Jersey. Its origins date back to 1919, when Joseph Medill Patterson launched the newspaper as the Illustrated Daily News. Eventually, the newspaper reached its peak circulation of 2.4 million daily editions. In the 1950s, the paper began to resemble a tabloid, but still remained focused on local news.

Death of the Daily News

The Daily News is no longer the only news organization in the city. It has also lost a large number of journalists. Among them are Greg Smith, a public housing reporter, and Ginger Adams Otis, a labor reporter. Now the remaining journalists are expected to do more with less. But how will they do that?

Andrew Conte’s new book, Death of the Daily News, explores the impact of losing a local newspaper in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. The book, which will be available in September for $26, is written in compelling prose that will appeal to both scholars and ordinary readers. While it is a grim read, it offers hope that local news may rise again.

Los Angeles Mirror

The Los Angeles Mirror was founded in 1948 by the owners of the Los Angeles Times. It was the competitor of the Los Angeles Daily News. In 1954, it was acquired by Mirror-News. In 1962, it ceased publication. Its name changed to the Los Angeles Mirror-News. Today, the paper is owned by the Los Angeles Times.

The Los Angeles Daily News was the first daily newspaper in Los Angeles. It was originally known as the Semi-Weekly Southern News and had strong Union sympathies. In 1876, the paper was owned by Joseph D. Lynch, and later, it merged with the Los Angeles Evening Express. In 1922, the newspaper became the first newspaper to own a radio station, and in 1928, it began using airplanes to deliver its newspaper.

Chicago Daily News

The Chicago Daily News was a daily newspaper published in the midwest. It was based in Chicago, Illinois. It was published between 1873 and 1970 and was known for its coverage of news, politics, and culture. Its readers included people from Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. However, the newspaper’s readers went far beyond its hometown.

The Chicago Daily News was published for many years, selling for a penny a day. It reached a diverse demographic in the city and was known for its investigative local reporting, extensive foreign coverage, and outstanding writing. The newspaper won fifteen Pulitzer Prizes during its lifetime. The newspaper was owned by Victor F. Lawson, who was an investor in the paper’s success and eventually took full ownership of the newspaper.

New York Daily News

The New York Daily News is an American daily newspaper. Its headquarters is in Jersey City, NJ. It was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News by Joseph Medill Patterson. The paper reached its highest circulation in 1947 with 2.4 million copies per day. Although the name Daily News has been used for decades, it was actually a rebranding of the old Illustrated Daily News.

The New York Daily News is owned by Alden Global Capital, a private equity firm. The company has been undergoing restructuring in recent years. For example, it has outsourced its printing plant. The New York Daily News has also undergone buyouts and cuts in the past year.

Orlando Sentinel

The Orlando Sentinel Daily News is a major source of local news for Orlando, Florida. It was founded in 1876 and is now owned by the Tribune Publishing Company. The newspaper is a daily publication that focuses on central Florida. Its readers can find a variety of news and information from local news to breaking news. Its website records more than five million visits per month, making it one of the top news sites in Central Florida.

The Orlando Sentinel is based in Orlando and maintains offices in 22 markets across the country. The newspaper’s content is aimed at the general public, and its staff members and editorial board are all local residents. In addition to news, the paper produces a weekly calendar that features events in Orlando and the surrounding area.