The Daily News of San Fernando Valley, California

Daily News

Daily News is an English language newspaper that was first published in 1878. It is owned by Tribune Publishing and is the flagship of its New York City-based Southern California News Group. The paper serves readers in the San Fernando Valley, in the Los Angeles metropolitan area of California. It is a free circulation daily, and its website features extensive local coverage of the region.

Readers can find a wide variety of information about local and national events, including politics, crime, sports, business, science, culture, the arts, and education. The paper’s columnists also offer their opinions about current events and issues. In addition, the daily newspaper has a section for classified ads and comics.

The editorial team at Daily News strives to produce high-quality journalism that provides an accurate and comprehensive account of local and national news, as well as a range of opinion pieces and commentary. The newspaper also provides a variety of entertainment and lifestyle content, such as celebrity gossip, fashion tips, recipes, and real estate listings.

Readers can also access a wide variety of multimedia resources, including video and audio, on the Daily News website. The site features a live stream of news events and provides links to blogs and social media accounts for some stories. In addition, the site features a photo gallery that displays images from major events. The website is updated daily.

Founded on January 28, 1878, the Yale Daily News is the nation’s oldest college daily newspaper and has been financially and editorially independent since its founding. It publishes Monday through Friday during the academic year, as well as several special issues each year that celebrate the history and diversity of Yale and its community. These include the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue, Commencement Issue and First Year Issue. The News collaborates with the University’s cultural centers and affiliated student groups to produce these issues in collaboration with students from those communities.

In addition, the News offers a variety of special sections throughout each issue that highlight specific topics and themes. Some of these issues include Black Heritage Month, Asian American and Pacific Islander Month, Indigenous Peoples’ Month and more. The newspaper’s website features archives of the Yale Daily News dating back to its founding in 1878.

During the early years of its existence, the paper focused on political scandals and courtroom drama, with an emphasis on photographs. The newspaper was an early user of the Associated Press wirephoto service and developed a large staff of photographers. It was also an early user of television and radio and its reporters were widely known for their ability to interview celebrities and politicians. The News was the first American newspaper to print in tabloid format and at one time had the highest circulation of any daily newspaper in the United States. In 2017, the News was sold to Tronc. In addition to its online presence, the News is available on mobile devices through an app and at various newsstands throughout the city.