A daily newspaper with a broad range of features including news, entertainment, classifieds, sports, and opinion. It was founded in 1919 and is the first tabloid newspaper in the United States. The paper has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes. It is based in New York City. Its circulation is 200,000 copies per day and it has a high level of local readership.
The paper was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News by Joseph Medill Patterson and became the first successful American tabloid newspaper. It attracted readers with sensational coverage of crime, scandal and violence, lurid photographs and cartoons. It was locked in a long circulation battle with its rival, the even more sensational New York Post. The News reached its peak circulation in 1947.
Since then its fortunes have varied. In the 1980s, it shifted to a more moderately liberal stance, in part to differentiate itself from the more right-wing Post. In recent years, it has regained a reputation for its sharp reporting and investigative journalism. It also has a strong social media presence.
It has a very high level of local readership, especially in New York City. Its circulation is approximately 200,000 copies per day and it has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes. Its editorial stance is often described as being conservative and populist, although it has become more moderate in recent years. It has a very high level of social media presence, in part to differentiate itself from the more left-wing Post.
In the 1920s, it used to be known for its photographic coverage. It was an early user of Associated Press wirephotos and developed a large staff of photographers. It was also an early user of the new television technology, launching its first daily TV newscast in 1948. Its first headquarters was the fabled News Building on 42nd Street in Manhattan, designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. It is now known as 5 Manhattan West and is a historic landmark.
Currently, it is owned by tronc, the publishing operations of the Tribune Company, and is located at 4 New York Plaza in Lower Manhattan. The New York Daily News has a very high level of local readership, particularly in New York City. Its circulation is over 200,000 copies a day and it has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes.
It is the largest newspaper in the state of New York. It is also a tabloid, and it is the third largest newspaper in the United States. Its editorial stance is often described by its readers as being conservative and populist, though it has become more moderate in recent years.
The Daily News has a very high level of social media engagement, with many of its articles generating thousands of comments. Its Facebook page has over 1.4 million likes. The newspaper has a very low satisfaction rating with its advertising, with most of the complaints centered on the quality of the ads.
The Daily News E-dition is a digital replica of the printed edition. It is available on your computer and/or mobile devices. The E-dition has a simple interface and the latest digital tools, specially designed to offer an enhanced reading experience.