The Daily News

A daily news is a periodical publication with current or recent information, often including articles on politics, business, culture, sports and other general interest topics. These may be printed on paper or card stock and include comics, classified ads and other features. They may be distributed in homes, businesses or public places. Some are published daily, while others are weekly, monthly or annual.

As the newspaper industry struggles with declining readership and revenue, many have turned to cost-cutting measures. Among these has been the sale of the parent company that publishes the New York Daily News and other major papers to a hedge fund, Alden Global Capital. In the past year, the Daily News has slashed staff, cut costs and outsourced its printing plant. The company also has announced layoffs and buyouts in other locations.

The Daily News has long been known for its sensational stories and tabloid format. In its heyday, the News regularly led the nation in circulation and won several Pulitzer Prizes for Public Service, including one shared with ProPublica in 1977 for exposing racial discrimination within New York City’s police force. In 1993, it was bought out of bankruptcy by Mortimer B. Zuckerman, the real estate developer and media mogul. The paper was sold again in 2017 to Tribune Publishing, now known as Tronc.

Many newspapers have a team devoted to the production of their websites, which are updated several times a day in response to breaking news stories. In addition, some newspapers also produce radio and television news programs. The New York Daily News is no exception, having produced a television show and radio station that bear its name for over 100 years.

As a result, the newspaper has been able to maintain its position as one of the top news sources in the city and remains a strong competitor with other popular publications, including the New York Post. Its coverage of city and national news, political events and cultural matters has been particularly notable.

Its editorial stance is considered flexible and centrist, with a “high-minded, if populist, legacy”. The News backed isolationism in the early stages of World War II, but moved away from its Republican roots to become a liberal alternative to the right-wing New York Post in the 1970s.