The Daily News Online and Apps

Daily News

Founded in 1919, the Daily News bills itself as “New York’s hometown newspaper,” and is one of the country’s highest-circulation papers. It is famous for its zesty headlines, intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, and star columnists including Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill. The paper has won numerous awards, including 11 Pulitzer Prizes. It is owned by Tronc, which also publishes the Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times.

The Daily News is available online by subscription. Subscribers can read the entire ePaper edition on their computers, tablets and mobile devices. Each day, subscribers receive an email reminder that the Daily News is available to read, and they can access it any time by going to the ePaper link on the website. Readers can also bookmark the Daily News page on their accounts management site, or save a shortcut to it on their mobile devices’ home screens.

In addition to the ePaper, the Daily News also offers a number of free apps that provide quick and easy access to local news and top stories. These include the Daily News on Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, the Daily News on Amazon Kindle Fire, and the Daily News on iOs and Windows phones.

Each app provides a fast, easy-to-use interface that allows readers to scroll through the ePaper’s pages and view headlines, photos, and videos. The apps also allow readers to view and share articles, and can be downloaded for offline reading.

For more information about the Daily News apps, please visit the publisher’s website.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive contains more than 140 years of digitized issues of the daily newspaper published at Yale University. The archive is freely accessible to the public, and is a valuable resource for researchers and historians. The archives also contain hundreds of original images from the newspaper, which are useful for teaching and research.

Using the latest in digital technology, this collection of historic Daily News newspapers is fully searchable and can be browsed by title, subject, or date. Users can also download PDFs of the full contents for further research and study. The digitized newspaper collection is an invaluable resource for students of journalism, history, American culture, or New York City.

Using the AllSides Media Bias Rating, we find that the Daily News tends to lean to the left of the spectrum. It is the most liberal newspaper that we have rated. We recommend that you carefully consider all sources when making your decisions. The AllSides Media Bias Rating is an independent evaluation of news media bias, based on the opinions of our community of journalists and experts. The ratings are not intended to imply that the Daily News endorses any particular point of view, or that it lacks fairness and impartiality.