The Daily News is a tabloid newspaper based in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson. It was the first newspaper in the United States to be printed in tabloid format. Its circulation reached 2.4 million copies per day by 1947. Today, it remains one of the top newspapers in the United States.
Online edition of the paper
If you subscribe to the New York Daily News, you’ll receive an email each day with a link to the paper’s online edition. The eNewspaper contains every article, photograph, advertisement, and crossword puzzle from the print edition. In addition, the eNewspaper features an evening edition, a weekly, digital-only publication that features top national and international news stories and commentary. It also includes the New York Daily News’s entertainment section, which lists what’s on TV tonight.
Location in downtown New York City
The Daily News location in downtown New York City is an iconic landmark. The building is made up of two main components: a tower with 36 stories and two shorter additions on Second Avenue. Both buildings have a gleaming granite entrance at 42nd Street and a grand lobby inside. The building is a L-shaped structure that faces Second Avenue, 41st Street, and 42nd Street. It also has a rectangle-shaped parking lot.
Ownership by Alden Global Capital
Alden Global Capital has announced that it is trying to acquire Davenport-based Lee Enterprises, one of the nation’s largest newspaper chains. The company has moved to install its preferred members on Lee’s board of directors. The move has been met with opposition from media experts. Alden has a track record of slashing newsrooms beyond industry norms. The future of community journalism could be at stake.
Ethics of journalism
Journalists must adhere to certain ethical standards to ensure that their work is trustworthy. These codes of ethics help journalists determine acceptable practices and provide guidelines to avoid ethical dilemmas. They also help journalists to determine when and how to disclose potential conflicts of interest. In addition, they give journalists a framework to self-monitor and correct their reporting if they find themselves violating these standards.