Daily news is a term used in journalism to refer to breaking stories that are reported to the public on a regular basis. These stories may be reported by journalists in a variety of ways, such as newspaper articles, television news, radio broadcasts, online media or social media.
Daily newspapers are the largest publishers of news in America, accounting for more than half of the national newspaper market. They typically cover a wide range of subjects including sports, politics, business, technology and health.
One of the world’s oldest newspapers, The New York Daily News (NYDN) was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson and is a subsidiary of the Tribune Company. It is widely considered to be the first successful tabloid paper in United States history, having achieved a peak circulation of over 2.4 million copies per day.
During its heyday, the Daily News published lurid photographs, sensational news coverage, comics, and cartoons to appeal to the glitzy culture of New York City. It also became an early user of the Associated Press wirephoto service.
Today, the Daily News serves the needs of a local audience by covering breaking news, entertainment, local sports, and politics. It is known for its large and prominent photographs, and its sensational screamers, like “Ford to City: Drop Dead!”
In addition to a print version of the newspaper, The Daily News publishes a digital edition available to users through their computer or mobile devices. This is referred to as an E-dition and offers an enhanced reading experience, including the ability to read and share articles with friends and colleagues.
The Daily News has a number of offices around the city, some of which are located at 450 West 33rd Street. The building was designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, and is an official city landmark. The office buildings still bear the name The Daily News, and it is the model for the Daily Planet building of the first two Superman films.
The Daily News also has a long tradition of being a highly successful publisher of science and medical journals. The News’s ScienceDaily website is a multimedia portal presenting the latest in scientific research, discoveries and medical advancements, from leading universities and scientific journals. The site is grouped into 12 main sections, each featuring a headline and an overview of the topic.