The Daily News had a tough time in recent years. The newspaper was purchased by Tribune Publishing, which cut newsroom staff in half and fired its top editor, Jim Rich. Rich had reinvigorated the tabloid by reinventing it as a counter-Trump answer. Rich was replaced by media executive John York, who has spent most of his career in San Diego. Today, the paper is focusing on its website and digital presence.
New York Daily News
The New York Daily News is a daily newspaper based in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News, and reached its peak circulation in 1947, when it had 2.4 million copies in circulation.
Los Angeles Mirror
The Los Angeles Mirror was an afternoon tabloid that was established in 1948 by the owners of the Los Angeles Times. It competed with the Los Angeles Daily News and eventually absorbed it. In 1954, the Mirror merged with the Los Angeles Daily News to become the Mirror-News. It ceased publication in 1962.
Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times Daily News is a daily newspaper that is published in Los Angeles, California. It is the second largest paid daily newspaper in Los Angeles and is the flagship of the Southern California News Group, a branch of Digital First Media.
The Orlando Sentinel has a variety of local news, including the latest details on Desmond Meade’s recent clemency, a UCF football coach’s latest scandal, and debates over scooters and vaccine passports. You can also find updates on Walt Disney World’s Galactic Starcruiser, and state education aid plans.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Daily News is owned by the Tribune-Review Publishing Company. The company has long maintained an editorially conservative stance and publishes seven daily newspapers, a weekly, five magazines, and a variety of websites.
The Philadelphia Inquirer is an American daily newspaper. In 1984, Time magazine named it one of the top 10 best dailies in the country. The paper has also won more journalism awards than any other newspaper in the country.