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The Daily News, or New York Daily News as it is officially called today, is a United States morning daily newspaper published in New York City. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News, and was the first United States daily paper to be printed in tabloid format. As of 2019,[update] it is the eleventh-highest-circulating newspaper in the United States.
It has been a leading force in American media for over 100 years, and is one of the oldest newspapers still publishing in the United States. It is known for its sensational coverage of crime, scandal and violence. It also features lurid photographs, a cartoon section, and other entertainment features.
From the 1920s, when it first began publishing, the New York Daily News covered a wide variety of political wrongdoing and social intrigue. During the 1930s it became an early user of Associated Press wirephoto service, and developed a large staff of photographers.
Throughout the 20th century, the paper was a major competitor with rivals such as the New York Post. Although it no longer holds the same kind of market share that it did in the mid-20th century, it remains a popular newspaper in the United States and is still considered to be one of the most widely read dailies.
For decades, the News had a conservative editorial stance, promoting isolationism during World War II and opposing communism until the 1980s, when it shifted its stance to the moderately liberal side of the spectrum. It has also remained a strong supporter of the Catholic Church and the United States Constitution, and has been described as a “flexibly centrist” paper with “a high-minded, if populist, legacy”.
The paper is owned by the Tribune Company, which also owns the Chicago Tribune. It is distributed in several metropolitan areas in the United States and Canada.
In addition to its daily print edition, the paper has an e-Edition that is available for reading on computers and other devices. The e-Edition allows readers to see the newspaper as it appears in real time, skim headlines and sections, and save or print articles. The e-Edition can be downloaded and installed on a computer, tablet, or mobile device.
It offers teachers a sneak peek at upcoming news stories and provides an easy-to-navigate search bar, helping them prepare for classroom lessons. It also ties in with state and national standards, and offers lesson plans, activities, and other learning resources to help students learn more about the news in ways that fit their curriculum.