Daily news and analysis of national, international and regional events. Includes the latest politics and government, sports, business, celebrity and entertainment news. Also includes opinion sections and classified ads.
The Yale Daily News is the oldest college newspaper in the United States, founded on January 28, 1878, and is financiallly and editorially independent. The newspaper serves the campus community and provides coverage of Yale, New Haven and the surrounding area. It also publishes a Friday supplement, WKND, the Yale Daily News Magazine and special issues each year.
Designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, the Daily News Building was the first skyscraper in Manhattan built specifically to house newspapers. The structure served as the model for the Daily Planet building of the first two Superman films and is now an official city landmark.
In this age of massive technological disruption, a local newspaper’s death can have profound societal consequences. That’s the argument in this rich, deeply reported book about what happens when a small Pennsylvania town loses its paper. The results aren’t surprising, but the book is still a worthwhile read.
This collection contains all of the articles published in The Daily News between 1996 and 2021. Each article is accompanied by comprehension and critical thinking questions, found under the “Resources” section, that provide additional opportunities for students to explore the topic beyond the written word.
The latest news about the economy, the government and politics from the world’s biggest city, plus New York exclusives and the best in gossip and entertainment. Daily News award-winning writers, columnists and opinion formers bring you the day’s most important stories.
Circulation data in this fact sheet through 2012 comes from Editor & Publisher and the formerly named Newspaper Association of America (NAA). Beginning with 2013’s data, revenue estimates are based on the Center’s analysis of financial statements from publicly traded newspaper companies. Estimated total daily newspaper revenue in 2022 was $9.8 billion, a slight drop from 2021. The figure is primarily a result of continued declines in print circulation and a steady increase in digital revenues. This decline in printed circulation is a major factor in the industry’s continuing financial struggles. It is projected that average weekday and Sunday newspaper print circulation will continue to decline this year. However, digital circulation is expected to remain stable. This is largely due to the continuing shift to paid subscriptions for online content. This trend is anticipated to continue into 2023.