The Daily News

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Known for its sensational coverage of crime and scandal, the Daily News was once the largest circulated newspaper in America. It was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News by Joseph Medill Patterson and was a subsidiary of the Tribune Company of Chicago. The name was changed to Daily News a few months later, and the paper became the first tabloid in the United States to achieve widespread success.

The Daily News is a New York-based morning daily newspaper owned and published by the American media conglomerate tronc, which also owns other publications such as the Philadelphia Daily News. It is the ninth most widely distributed paper in the United States, with a print circulation of about 200,000 copies per day as of 2017.

In addition to publishing the daily News, tronc also publishes the sports publication The Sports Illustrated and the entertainment magazine People. It has also produced the popular television program The Daily News Report, which airs on cable channel WPIX. Its website,, serves as a portal to the company’s other properties and is a good resource for news, sports and entertainment.

Despite its reputation as the best-selling newspaper in the nation, the Daily News hasn’t always been the biggest winner. The paper has been in a long battle with its main rival, the New York Post, for circulation.

While the Daily News has a large circulation, its top-line revenue comes from advertising. Its advertising is largely derived from the city of New York, although it has several national advertisers, including Ford Motor Company.

Its most famous advertisement was the one for the electric chair, which became a cult classic. This ad was actually a photograph taken of Ruth Snyder being executed in the electric chair at the Staten Island Courthouse in 1928.

The Daily News has a history that goes back to the beginning of New York’s newspaper industry. It was once based in 220 East 42nd Street, an official city and national landmark designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. The building still stands and is used by Associated Press.