The Yale Daily News is the nation’s oldest college newspaper, published every weekday when classes are in session. The paper is a forum for discussion of issues that affect students and the community at large, and it serves as a source of information and debate. Many of its alumni have gone on to prominent careers in journalism and public life, including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, Joseph Lieberman, Strobe Talbott, Garry Trudeau and others. The paper is also the oldest college daily to be financially and editorially independent.
The Daily News is the ninth most widely circulated newspaper in the United States, with a total daily circulation of approximately 2 million copies. It is owned by tronc, and has a liberal to moderate media bias rating.
It is available on both print and online, with editions in English and Spanish. It features intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip and classified ads, comics, a sports section, and an opinion page. The News is known for its investigative reporting, especially in the area of police corruption, and it is often compared to its rival, the New York Post.
As a result of its investigative work, the Daily News is known for exposing wrongdoing in government, business and education. It has also been criticized for its partisanship and biased news coverage. In general, the News has been regarded as more liberal than its rival, The New York Post.
In 1919, the Daily News became the first newspaper in the United States to publish in tabloid format. Throughout its history, the paper has been influenced by the changing political climate and cultural trends in New York City. In recent years, the paper has shifted toward more liberal politics and has become a rival of the New York Post.
The newspaper’s original building on 42nd Street was designed by architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. Known as “The News Building”, it was a city and national landmark until 1995, when the company moved to 450 West 33rd Street (now Manhattan West). The former site of its printing plant on Second Avenue is now home to the headquarters for AP Television.
Each day, the News publishes an edition of its newspaper in the morning. This edition is referred to as the “Business Day” edition. The News also publishes an evening edition, and a Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays edition.
The Daily News is required to provide notices of the transactions under this Agreement to the Trustee and DTC, as the case may be, by publication in a daily newspaper in each of the relevant jurisdictions. Such notices shall be deemed to have been given on the date of publication in such newspaper, and shall be effective for all purposes hereunder. If any party wishes to waive the requirement of giving such notice, it must do so in writing, and must file such waiver with the Trustee. In the event of such a waiver, the parties agree that the validity of this Agreement and all Transactions under this Agreement shall not be affected.