Daily News

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A daily newspaper is a publication that is published on a regular schedule, typically each day of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays. It is a broad-based publication that provides news, commentary, entertainment, and advertising. Daily newspapers usually report on local, national, and international news. They also feature sports, business, and celebrity news. Many are written, edited, and published by a team of journalists. Some daily newspapers have websites in addition to print publications.

The New York Daily News is an American tabloid newspaper founded in 1851. It is a major source of local and national news for the city of New York, as well as the rest of the United States. It competes with the more sensational rival New York Post in the city and nationally. The News is owned by Tribune Publishing, which acquired the paper in 2017. The newspaper has a circulation of about 200,000. The Daily News has a reputation for political activism, which is reflected in its coverage of government and politics. It has a reputation for being highly critical of President Trump, and its editorials have been described as anti-establishment.

In recent years, the Daily News has been struggling with declining circulation and a loss of advertisers to the New York Post. In 2017, the paper slashed its staff and fired its top editor, Jim Rich, who had reinvigorated the tabloid as an anti-Trump answer to its rival. In 2019, the Daily News hired Andrew Julien as executive editor, who has steered the paper in a more conservative direction. The newspaper’s current publisher, Robert York, is a media executive who has spent most of his career in San Diego.

Despite the decline of daily newspaper sales, it is still possible to find a small number of printed editions on the streets and in newsstands. The venerable tabloid still has an advantage over other papers in the region with its reputation for breaking stories that are hard to get elsewhere. The paper’s website is a major source of online traffic, and its social media accounts attract thousands of followers.

On Wednesday, the Daily News told its employees that its offices would be closed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic. In a memo to staffers, the publisher, Robert York, suggested that the newsroom might reopen in the future.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive is a digitized version of the printed newspaper that has been published each day since January 28, 1878, making it the oldest college daily in the country. Yale alumni who worked on the YDN include William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Joseph Lieberman, Sargent Shriver, Strobe Talbott, and Garry Trudeau, among others. The archive is free to access, but unauthorized reproduction of YDN content appearing on this site requires permission.