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For 103 years, the Daily News has been the most widely circulated newspaper in America. It is a tabloid-style publication and was the first U.S. daily to be published in tabloid format. The newspaper is owned by tronc, which acquired it in 2017. It was founded in 1919 and is headquartered at 4 New York Plaza in Manhattan.
The newspaper has a long history of controversy and controversy, with its most significant and notable controversies including World War I, the rise of Adolf Hitler, the Civil Rights Movement, the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., and the Watergate scandal.
In the 1980s, the newspaper began to shift its stance from a self-described Republican paper to a moderate-to-liberal editorial position. This was done to counter the right-wing bias of its rival, the New York Post.
The current owner of the newspaper, Alden Global Capital, has been cutting costs and buying out staffers since taking over the company last year. This includes a buyout of summer journalism interns, and is the latest move in a long series of cuts that have angered some readers.
Originally called the Daily Sketch, the paper was founded in 1878 by a group of Yale students and became financially and editorially independent from the university in 1902. It publishes daily during the academic year and also produces several annual special issues, such as the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue and the Commencement Issue.
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The app is available to download for iPhone and Android. In this week’s episode, we discuss the future of local news as more and more cities cut their traditional outlets and citizens take matters into their own hands. We look at how digital platforms are changing the way we get our news and how people in McKeesport, Pennsylvania are trying to make sense of what is happening in their community and become gatekeepers for the information they want to see. We’ll also explore how different kinds of media are being used to report on major events. These include news headlines, photographs, video footage and sound bytes from speeches and radio. We’ll also talk about how these kinds of visuals can shape our impressions and understanding of major events in our lives.