The Daily News is a tabloid newspaper in New York City, owned by Tronc. It is a major source of local news, politics, entertainment and sports in the United States. The newspaper was founded in 1919 and is the first successful daily printed in tabloid format. It has a long history of controversial coverage and is known for its celebrity gossip, crime reporting and other sensational elements. The paper’s editorial stance is moderate to liberal, and it is often contrasted with the more conservative New York Post.
The business news section provides readers with the latest information and updates on the economy, finance, stocks, and other financial news. The section also covers news related to companies, industry trends, and market analysis. This business-focused edition is available on the web and mobile app.
In addition to the main newspaper, the Daily News Publishing Company produces a variety of special newspaper issues for events such as Yale’s Class Day and Commencement, and The Game against Harvard University. The YDN has also produced special newspaper issues dedicated to the experiences of Latinx, Black and Asian students at Yale. The paper is also a training ground for student journalists and has produced many professional reporters who have worked at leading newspapers and magazines including the Washington Post, New York Times and Vanity Fair. The YDN has been featured in television and film, and was used as the inspiration for the fictional newspaper in the CW series Gilmore Girls.
The newspaper has a website, which is updated with new stories each weekday. In addition, the site offers various ways for readers to interact with the paper such as forums and an active social media presence. Readers can subscribe to the newspaper via email and on Facebook, Twitter and TikTok. The New York Daily News has a AllSides Media Bias Rating of Left, which indicates that it leans strongly towards left-wing thought and policy agendas. The newspaper also maintains an archive of past articles. The Daily News Building, designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, is an official city landmark and was the model for the Daily Planet building in the first two Superman films. In 1995, the Daily News moved from 220 East 42nd Street to 450 West 33rd Street, which it shares with NBC and WPIX-TV. The building is a distinctive red-brick structure with a giant globe and weather instruments in the lobby. The Daily News’ archives are also housed there. The newspaper’s sister publication, the New York Post, also has a historical archive. In 2009, the Daily News announced a plan to move from the building. The move was ultimately delayed for several years. The newspaper has won numerous awards for its journalism. In 2013, the Daily News was named one of America’s Best Newspapers by the American Press Institute. In 2019, the Daily News was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News Reporting.