Death of a Daily News

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A daily newspaper is a newspaper printed each day of the year, except Sundays and legal holidays. It covers news and important editorials, as well as intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics, a sports section, and an opinion section. It may also include photos and extensive local coverage of events.

In the 1920s, when the New York Daily News became one of the largest and most popular daily newspapers in America, it found ample subject matter to appeal to its large readership base. The newspaper emphasized political wrongdoing, such as the Teapot Dome scandal, and social intrigue, such as the romance between Wallis Simpson and Edward VIII, that led to the latter’s abdication. It also emphasized photography and was an early adopter of the Associated Press wirephoto service.

The paper has since declined in circulation and is currently one of the country’s smallest daily newspapers, with an average daily circulation of around 20,000 copies. The paper has a strong reputation for aggressive investigative reporting and is known for its tabloid-style layout. It has also been criticized for its lack of diversity and for its coverage of sensitive issues such as the death of a child.

Versions of this troubling story are playing out all across the nation, as ‘news deserts’ proliferate and the value of local journalism is increasingly questioned. Andrew Conte, a veteran journalist with deep experience in local and national media, traces the history of the Daily News and its impact on the town of McKeesport, Pennsylvania, in Death of a Daily News, a searching, deeply reported look at what happens when a newspaper dies.

Hedge fund-owned Tribune Publishing, which publishes the Chicago Tribune and the New York Daily News, has been hit hard by a rash of staffing cuts and buyouts since its takeover last year by cost-slashing Alden Global Capital. The company’s CEO is now facing a public backlash over the move, which has sparked multiple lawsuits and rallies from workers and readers.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive contains digitized versions of the print edition of the Yale Daily News from its founding on January 28, 1878 to November 5, 2021. The archive is available to anyone with internet access. In addition to providing an academic research tool, the Archive aims to serve as a lifeline for communities that have lost their local papers. The Yale Daily News Historical Archive is a project of the Yale University Library. It is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Yale Daily News has been an independent student newspaper since its beginning in 1878. It is the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States. The Archive has been made possible by a major gift from an anonymous Yale alumnus. This gift has helped the archive move to a modern platform, allowing it to expand its coverage and make it easier to use. The gift has also helped fund the continued work of the archive to preserve and enhance its collection.