The New York Daily News has been around for nearly a century and a half, and in all that time has given readers a voice. Not only has it been a key source of news, but it has been a source of comfort and relief for countless Americans. During the early years, the Daily News had the distinction of being the first tabloid newspaper to be published in the United States.
Throughout the years, the Daily News has won several awards for its commentary and reporting. Most recently, it won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. With the help of its interactive version, readers can swipe through pages of the paper, download editions to read offline and even share stories via email. While the newspaper has been in financial trouble for several decades, it has managed to maintain its status as one of the nation’s top sellers.
Since 2017, the Daily News has been owned by Tribune Publishing. In the past, it has been owned by the MediaNews Group, which is also owned by Alden Global Capital. Both companies have been aggressively cutting costs at their various newspapers. In addition, Tribune has implemented furloughs and buyouts for its employees.
The Daily News has been in the news lately, however, and its future is uncertain. Among the company’s assets is the WPIX television station, which became a property of Tribune in 1991. This means that its staff will have to find other jobs if they are to continue working at the station.
A few years ago, the newspaper won a Pulitzer Prize for public service, but it isn’t the only award it has won. It has also won many other prestigious prizes, including an Emmy, an Emmy-winning movie trailer, and a slew of awards for feature writing.
The Daily News also had a long time in circulation battle with the New York Post, but its circulation has declined and the paper no longer holds the attention of the city it once did. After the coronavirus outbreak, the Daily News has had to send its journalists off-site to work. Some reporters have remained in the office while others have worked remotely.
For decades, the Daily News has won a number of awards for its reporting, including a Pulitzer Prize for a photo of a crime scene. However, its most notable achievement has been its ability to give a voice to the voiceless. Many of its reporters have been involved in assisting victims of crime, as well as helping to expose corruption.
When The Daily News first started out in 1919, it was a highly successful tabloid newspaper that attracted readers with its sensational reporting on crime, lurid photographs and cartoons. By the 1930s, the newspaper had a circulation of 1.5 million.
While the Daily News may not be able to compete with the New York Post in terms of circulation, it has maintained a reputation as a moderately liberal alternative. As of 2016, it had a daily circulation of more than 200,000.