A daily tabloid newspaper that reaches almost 2 million readers. Founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News, it was the first newspaper printed in tabloid format and reached its peak circulation in 1947. Its sensational crime and scandal coverage, lurid photographs, and cartoons appealed to the masses and contributed to its success.
The paper carries on in the same tradition today with a focus on crime, sports, and politics. The Daily News has won a number of journalism awards, including the Pulitzer Prize, and is known for its bold headlines and investigative reporting.
It also features a broad array of entertainment, lifestyle, and cultural coverage. In addition to its daily edition, the paper publishes a weekend supplement called WKND and several special issues each year for Yale students, including the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue and Commencement Issue.
The News is the largest newspaper in the United States and the most-read daily newspaper on the Internet. Its website offers news and opinion, classified ads, jobs, real estate, and cars; a variety of online communities; and numerous interactive and mobile features. The News is owned by Tribune Publishing, which is also the publisher of Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and other newspapers.
A newspaper aggregation service that compiles articles from multiple sources. It is often used by public authorities, business entities and other large organizations that need to stay informed of what is being published in their industry or geographic area. Press reviews can be delivered in a single publication or through a subscription-based web portal.
In a time when local news is increasingly being cut from the national media, Death of the Daily News provides a timely look at what happens when a community loses its local paper and the ways in which that loss can be avoided. The book is both an anatomy of what happened in the small town of McKeesport, Pennsylvania, and a testament to its author’s belief that it is still possible for local journalism to survive in the digital age.
The IPO Daily NewsTM is three to five concise paragraphs per day that provide summaries of all patent and trademark opinions issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and wire service stories on other selected IP cases. It is a valuable resource for anyone researching trademarks and patents or searching for information about these topics. The News is available as a free subscription on the IPO Legal Resources website with your Hayward Library card. The News is available on microfilm from 1881 to the present. The Archive is made possible by an anonymous gift from a Yale College alumnus. The gift facilitated the migration of the Archive to a new platform, facilitated the addition of the current periodical and will help support its ongoing maintenance and preservation. Thank you! For more information on the Archive, please visit our Archives page here. The Daily News was a founding member of the News Alliance, a consortium of newspapers committed to supporting and sustaining independent journalism.