Daily News

Founded in 1919, the Daily News was one of the first successful tabloid newspapers in the United States. The paper attracted readers with sensational coverage of crime, scandal and violence; lurid photographs; cartoons; and other entertainment features.

Despite a decline in circulation, the paper survived as one of the country’s top-selling newspapers for decades. At the turn of the 21st century, it was owned by New York News, Inc., and was co-published by businessman Mortimer B. Zuckerman, who became chairman and co-publisher of the company in 2005.

The Daily News is an American newspaper based in New York City, and is the ninth most widely circulated paper in the United States, with a print run of 200,000 copies a day. As of 2019, it is a subsidiary of tronc, the publishing operations of the former Tribune Company. Its editorial stance is generally described as “flexibly centrist,” with a “high-minded, if populist” legacy; it has a more liberal bias than the left-rated New York Post.

In addition to being a newspaper, the Daily News also publishes magazines. It has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes, including two for its sports coverage and three for its feature articles. It was purchased by tronc in 2017.

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A ruthless cost-cutting effort is behind the 102-year-old newspaper’s recent shakeup and decision to drop its top editor. It is a sign of how the paper’s new owner aims to maximize profits, albeit at the expense of quality journalism.

In a time of ad-revenue shortages and competition, the Daily News was forced to make a hard choice between its editorial standards and its bottom line. The paper had to decide whether to continue to offer a high-quality news service and maintain its circulation, or to make cuts that would result in an end to the paper’s existence.