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The paper’s storied history dates back to 1919 when Joseph Medill Patterson founded it as the Illustrated Daily News, and grew into one of the largest newspapers in the United States. It was the first tabloid newspaper in the country and achieved a peak circulation of 2.4 million copies a day during 1947.
It is now owned by a Chicago-based media company, Tronc Inc., with its CEO and chairman Mortimer B. Zuckerman as co-publisher.
For most of its history, the Daily News has been a conservative newspaper. For the past two decades, however, it has been shifting to a more liberal editorial stance.
Most people know the New York Daily News for its sensational reporting and lurid photographs, but it was also a pioneer in such things as news printing, advertising and the Internet. In addition to the Daily News itself, it was responsible for launching New York’s first TV station, WPIX, in 1948.
The News Building is a landmark in Manhattan’s media landscape and was the model for the Daily Planet building in the first two Superman films. The paper has been printed in a number of locations throughout the city, but its headquarters is still at 450 West 33rd Street, where it straddles the railroad tracks going into Pennsylvania Station.