The Daily News is a newspaper published by Independent Media in Durban, South Africa. It is available at over 500 print locations throughout the country. It is also available on a wide range of digital platforms.
It is a local newspaper in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa and is part of a large stable of fine newspapers produced by Independent Media. It is a popular paper in the area, with a high readership.
The News’s name is derived from the original tabloid version of the New York Daily News, a daily newspaper founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News. It was the first American newspaper to be printed in a tabloid format and reached its peak circulation of 2.4 million copies a day.
Among its most notable features was its sensational coverage of crime and scandal, lurid photographs and cartoons. It also included a comics section and a sports section.
In the 1920s, the paper began using wirephotography and developed a staff of professional photographers.
Today, the Daily News is a diversified media company that operates several business units and brands. It owns a chain of supermarkets, several television stations and its namesake newspaper. It also maintains a local bureau in each of New York City’s five boroughs, along with one in Washington, D.C. It also publishes a weekly magazine, “The Daily News”.
The daily edition of the News is delivered to approximately 1.3 million subscribers. The paper’s website provides free access to its content. The site also has a live stream of the paper’s editorial board meetings, which is viewed by millions of people worldwide.
A newsroom needs a powerful visual asset management system to store video footage that is relevant to their current coverage, and make it easy for their team to find when needed. It also makes it easier to repurpose footage for different campaigns and channels.
This is a great opportunity for your team to get creative with your content and use it as an integral part of your brand storytelling. Whether it’s a video highlighting a community event or a campaign with a new product, your organization can leverage archived content to create a story that will resonate with a vast audience.
Here are 7 Do’s and Don’ts inspired by my time in a newsroom that will help you to get the most value from your social videos:
1. DO catch your audience’s attention with the first frame of your story.
2. DO keep it simple, don’t overcomplicate things.
3. DO be clear on what you want to achieve.
4. DO use the right amount of imagery, and do it in a way that will be appealing to your audience.
5. DO focus on the most important elements of your story.
6. DO include a compelling hook or call-to-action that will grab your viewers’ attention and inspire them to watch more.
7. DO keep your video story concise and relevant to the topic.