The Daily News

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A daily news is a summary of current events and news from a number of sources. It is typically compiled by a news team to provide a concise and easy-to-understand overview of major developments over the course of a day. While the reliability of a daily news can vary widely depending on its specific topic, reporter, or editorial stance, it is generally considered to be a reputable source of information.

Founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson, who had been co-publisher of the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News quickly became the first successful tabloid newspaper in the United States. It attracted readers with sensational coverage of crime, scandal and violence, lurid photographs, and comics and other entertainment features. By 1930 its circulation had reached 1.5 million.

In 1948, the News established a television station (later WPIX) whose call letters were derived from its nickname of “New York’s Picture Paper”. It also bought what is now known as WFAN-FM, which operates an AM and FM simulcast of its namesake radio station, and shares offices at City Hall and One Police Plaza with other local media outlets.

By the 1980s the News was losing money. It tried to cut costs by reducing the number of employees and closing its headquarters in the News Building, but this was not enough. It was then that the News’s parent company, the Tribune Company, put it up for sale. The bidding war was won by Mort Zuckerman, who was already the owner of The Atlantic magazine. He was able to outbid Conrad Black, the founder of Hollinger Inc, which owned the Chicago Sun-Times and Britain’s Daily Telegraph, due to contracts that Zuckerman had successfully negotiated with nine of the Daily News’s ten unions.

In 1995, the Daily News moved out of the News Building and into a single floor office in Manhattan West. That same year, it started publishing a quarterly insert for African American readers called BET Weekend. This was followed by a monthly insert called Caribbean Month in 1996.

Since its move to Manhattan West, the New York Daily News has continued to produce a daily newspaper and several other publications. In addition to its regular daily edition, the News has published special supplements on various topics and holidays. It has also launched a website and an online version of its newspaper.

This site features front pages from newspapers across the United States and many nations worldwide. The front page is displayed in a full-size browser window and links to the corresponding article are provided. It is updated every day to capture a snapshot of journalism in motion around the world. A variety of other content is available on this website as well.