How to Write a Daily News Article

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The New York Daily News is a morning tabloid newspaper that was founded in 1919. It was the first daily newspaper printed in tabloid format and was once one of the largest newspapers in the United States, with a circulation peak in 1975, when it ran the headline “Ford to City: Drop Dead.” In recent years, the Daily News has exhibited a moderate-to-liberal bias and is often contrasted with its right-wing rival, the New York Post. The Daily News is owned by Tronc, which bought the newspaper in 2017.

In today’s busy world, most people rely on local and national news sources for information about events and issues that affect their communities. However, technology has disrupted journalism, putting thousands of journalists out of work and closing many newsrooms. As a result, many communities have become “news deserts,” with few traditional sources of news. This is the case in McKeesport, a large city in southwestern Pennsylvania. In Death of a Local Newsman, Andrew Conte looks at how the city struggled to make sense of its news after its only daily newspaper shut down in 2015. His book provides an important look at what happens when a newspaper dies, and how communities attempt to replace it.

When writing a news article, it is important to begin with a strong headline that will grab the reader’s attention. This should be a catchy phrase that is evocative or emotional and will create curiosity. It is also important to write an opening paragraph that tells the main story in a few short sentences. The following paragraphs should include more details about the topic. The final paragraph should be a summary of the story and provide some background information.

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