The New York Daily News

The New York Daily News is a morning newspaper published in the city of New York, New York. It is owned by the Tribune Company. The paper has a print circulation of around 2.35 million copies, and is the largest newspaper in the New York metropolitan area.

It is also one of the most widely read newspapers in the world. Its circulation has grown by 8% annually over the past decade. The paper’s heyday was the 1930s, when it boasted an impressive 2.4 million subscribers.

A large part of the newspaper’s success came from its ability to draw in readers with sensational stories ranging from political scandal to lurid photography. Some of its best known stories include the Teapot Dome Scandal and the romance between Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII.

As of the present day, the News remains a pillar in the Tribune family. It has a strong local newspaper presence in the New York metro area, maintaining bureaus in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens, as well as a plethora of online and digital outlets. The News also owns a television station, WPIX (Channel 11), and is the parent company behind CBS Radio as well as several other radio stations.

The paper has also been credited with pioneering the use of color in newspapers, and is the first paper to feature a full-color rotogravure section. Its website is ranked among the top ten in the country, and is widely considered to be a leader in its field.

The New York Daily News has an illustrious history, spanning 125 years in the media business and still producing a topnotch product. From the best in national and local news to the latest in sports and entertainment, the News has you covered.