New York Daily News, Yale Daily News, Los Angeles Mirror-News, and Tronc

Daily News

Founded by Joseph Medill Patterson in 1919, the New York Daily News is the first American daily newspaper published in tabloid format. By 1947, the Daily News had reached a peak circulation of 2.4 million copies a day.

Yale Daily News

Founded in 1878, the Yale Daily News is the oldest college daily newspaper in the country. The paper is published in New Haven, Connecticut and is distributed free to students and faculty on campus. It’s also one of the few college newspapers with a full-time editorial staff. The paper is a training ground for Yale journalists. The Daily News also won the Associated College Press newspaper’s “Pacemaker” award in 2009.

The paper has a sizable staff, with a good mix of undergraduates and alumni. The paper is not a subscription-only publication, but there’s a subscription list. The paper’s subscriptions teeter at around 570 at the time of this writing.

New York Daily News

Founded in 1919, the Daily News was the first newspaper in the United States to publish a daily tabloid. Its earliest circulation was almost one million copies per day. It was also the first newspaper to use Rockwell’s keyless inking system.

By 1947, the Daily News’ circulation reached 2.4 million copies a day. The newspaper also won 11 Pulitzer Prizes. The Daily News was a staunchly Republican newspaper for most of its history. It supported isolationism during World War II. In the 1960s, the newspaper’s editorial stance began to shift toward a more liberal position. The Daily News also began publishing a national insert for African Americans.

Los Angeles Mirror

Originally called the Los Angeles Mirror-News, the Los Angeles Mirror Daily News was a daily newspaper in Los Angeles, California. It was founded in 1923 by Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr. and Manchester Boddy. The company merged with the Los Angeles Times in the early 1960s. The Los Angeles Mirror-News ceased publication in 1962.

Until 1962, the Los Angeles Mirror Daily News competed with the Los Angeles Daily News. In the late nineteenth century, the two newspapers had less than 7,000 copies of circulation. They were also the first newspapers to print and deliver their newspapers by air.


Founded in 1999 by former Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s father Rafic Hariri, Al-Mustaqbal, Daily News is one of the largest Arabic-language newspapers in the country. The newspaper has been publishing news, entertainment, local and international news, lifestyle news, business news, and classifieds.

Al-Mustaqbal, Daily news is the official mouthpiece of the Future Movement, the political party of former Prime Minister Rafic Hariri. The newspaper has covered several local and international events, including the 9/11 attacks, Iraq’s war, the parliamentary elections in 2018, and the death of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. In 2009, Al-Mustaqbal was ranked among the five most popular newspapers in Beirut.

Sale to Tronc

Earlier this week, Tronc, a Chicago-based company that publishes The Los Angeles Times, Baltimore Sun, and The News in Hartford, announced the acquisition of the New York Daily News. In doing so, Tronc gained control of the paper’s website, printing plant, and a 49.9 percent interest in a 25-acre parcel in Jersey City.

The Daily News is a leading voice for the nation’s largest city and its surrounding area. Its website has 25 million unique monthly visitors. It also won a Pulitzer Prize earlier this year.