The Daily News

Daily News

Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News is the oldest and most famous tabloid newspaper in the United States. The newspaper focuses on crime, scandal, and violence, lurid photographs, and cartoons. The paper is also known for its intense city news coverage and celebrity gossip.

The current Daily News is a tabloid morning newspaper that serves the New York metropolitan area in the United States. The Daily News was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News and became the first U.S. newspaper printed in the tabloid format. In its early days, the newspaper emphasized political wrongdoing and social intrigue such as the love affair between Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII that led to her abdication.

It was once the largest-circulation paper in the world, but its circulation has declined since its peak in the mid-20th century. Today, it ranks 11th in the nation with 2.4 million readers. The newspaper’s editorial offices are located in Manhattan’s Midtown neighborhood at 450 West 33rd Street, which straddles the railroad tracks that lead into Pennsylvania Station.

As the Daily News has evolved, it has adopted a variety of journalistic styles, from hard-hitting exposés to tabloid sensationalism. Its newsroom is led by an editor-in-chief who reports to a managing editor and an editorial board. A large staff of reporters, columnists, and cartoonists contribute to the paper.

The Daily News is available on multiple platforms including print, mobile, tablet, and online. It is one of the most popular English-language newspapers in South Africa. The Daily News is a part of Independent Media, which includes the country’s most popular newspapers and digital offerings.

In an episode of the podcast On Our Minds, teen hosts Matt and Faiza talk about the realities and struggles of middle school and interview celebrities on what they would tell their middle school selves. They also share what they wish they had known in middle school, and give advice for navigating the transition from elementary to high school. In addition, the podcast features tips for mental health and ways to help students cope with stress and anxiety.

Teachers can use this lesson plan to help students explore the themes discussed in the podcast and create their own letters to their middle school self. The lesson was created by Yesly Xante Rivas, a NewsHour Classroom intern and Student Reporting Labs contributor. You can find more lessons from our ready-to-go series for Classroom here.

For more than 140 years, the Yale Daily News (YDN) has served as the primary source of news and debate at Yale University. It is the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States and its alumni include William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, and many other distinguished journalists and public figures. The Yale Daily News Historical Archive is open to the public and provides access to digitized issues of the newspaper dating back to its founding in 1878. The YDN Historical Archive is managed by the Yale Library and is made possible by the generosity of donors.