Death of the Daily News

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The daily news is a short summary of important current events. It also includes CFR analysis, with links to more in-depth articles where appropriate. It is published Monday through Friday, except holidays.

The Daily News is a tabloid newspaper founded in 1919 in New York City, United States. It was the first major American daily printed in tabloid format, a format that was to become dominant for most newspapers until the mid-1990s. The Daily News is owned by Tronc, an American media company headquartered in Chicago.

As a daily newspaper, the News provides a mix of local and national news. The front page of the paper focuses on stories of interest to the community, while the inside pages feature classified ads and other commercial content. In addition, the Daily News features intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip and comics. The newspaper also includes a sports section and an opinion column.

In recent decades, the newspaper has shifted its editorial stance from being a staunchly conservative paper to one that is more centrist in its approach. The Daily News has also shifted its focus from print to online, which has been a success for the newspaper. In this regard, the Daily News has been a model for other online tabloids.

Until recently, the Daily News was considered to be the most trusted source of news in New York City. However, it has been losing readers, and in 2017 it was announced that the newspaper would be sold to Tronc, a Chicago-based media company. The New York Times has written that the loss of the Daily News will be a blow to New York City and the rest of the country.

In Death of the Daily News, Andrew Conte explores what happens when a city loses its local newspaper and how citizens attempt to make sense of their own communities as they grapple with the rapid changes in journalism. This is a book that will resonate with anyone who has felt the effects of the disruptions to our media system and the rise of “news deserts.” Smart, deeply reported, and wise, this is a compelling read. It is also a powerful wake-up call for all of us.