The Daily News
The Daily News is an American morning newspaper based in New York City. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News and was the first United States newspaper to be published in tabloid format. It reached peak circulation in 1947 at 2.4 million copies a day. The paper is now owned by Chicago-based media company Tronc.
The daily newspaper delivers a broad spectrum of national, regional and local news coverage as well as sports, entertainment, celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics, an opinion section and more. Its award-winning writers and columnists deliver the latest news in the most accessible form available.
Remote Video Sourcing Solutions
Stringr’s remote video sourcing solutions enable broadcasters to cover more news stories, faster, from more locations than ever before. Using Stringr’s videographer network, journalists can source original HD b-roll clips, stand-up live feeds and get professional footage in the most timely and cost-effective way possible.
Classroom Daily News Lessons
The NewsHour Classroom Daily News Lessons feature news articles and critical thinking questions, ready to go into the classroom each morning. Each article includes background and resources (including video clips, maps and links) to help students better understand the topic of the article.
The science, health and environment section of the website provides breaking news about discoveries in these areas from leading universities, scientific journals and research organizations. Each science story is accompanied by a brief headline, an overview and links to sources.
Great Lakes Daily News
The Great Lakes Daily News is a collection of recent news coverage of issues related to the Great Lakes region, curated daily by Great Lakes Commission staff. Subscribers receive a daily email digest of the news coverage, making it easy to keep up with regional issues.
Founded by a group of scientists and researchers, the site features more than 500 topics in more than 12 main sections, each with its own headline, summary and link to relevant news sources. The site also offers a search box that allows visitors to find stories by subject area or keyword.
The News’s editorial stance was traditionally moderately centrist, but in the 1960s it became more conservative. Its reputation for quality journalism has earned it eleven Pulitzer Prizes. It is the oldest of the three New York newspapers, and it was the most widely read until a rival tabloid, the New York Post, overtook it in the early 21st century.