Daily News

Daily News is a multi-platform media company that offers the news, politics, sports and entertainment that matters most to you. Daily News has a long history of reporting on the people and events that shape our world. Its award-winning writers, columnists and opinion formers deliver news from New York City and around the globe. Its renowned sports team brings you New York’s best coverage of the Yankees, Mets and Giants. Its politics section takes you inside the White House and Congress and its celebrities section keeps you up to date on all the latest celebrity gossip.

The daily news is the ninth most read newspaper in the United States, and was founded in 1919. It was the first U.S. daily printed in tabloid format and at one time had the highest circulation of any paper in the country. The newspaper has a liberal-to-moderate editorial lean and is often compared to its conservative competitor, the New York Post. It was acquired by tronc in 2017.

In its heyday, the Daily News had bureaus in every borough of New York City and maintained an extensive photographic staff. The newspaper also ran a radio station, WPIX-FM, which was known as “New York’s Picture Newspaper” and served as the model for the Daily Planet building in the first two Superman movies. The News has been headquartered in the 42nd Street Daily News Building, which was designed by architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. It was later replaced by a larger building at 5 Manhattan West.

Across the United States, technology has disrupted local journalism, throwing thousands of reporters out of work and closing many newsrooms, leaving vast areas with no traditional sources of news. In the small Pennsylvania town of McKeesport, where residents recently lost their local newspaper, citizens are struggling to make sense of what’s happening in their community and attempting to separate facts from gossip on social media. This fascinating experiment provides clues to what the future of local journalism might look like, and demonstrates how even in the most bleak places, citizens are becoming their own gatekeepers and trying to fill the gap created by the death of their traditional newspaper.

BYJU’S Daily Current Affairs page for UPSC provides a comprehensive news analysis of all the major news stories that can help aspirants score well in their examinations. The page covers news on a variety of topics including science and technology, environmental degradation, art and culture and much more. It also has detailed coverage of government policies and initiatives aimed at boosting economic growth including Make in India, Digital India and Startup India. It is a must-read for IAS aspirants as it helps them stay up to date on all the important developments taking place in the nation and the world. The content is updated on a daily basis and is available for free download.