The Daily News is the oldest college newspaper in the United States. It publishes Monday through Friday during the academic year and serves the communities of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut. It also produces a weekly magazine, several special issues, and a Friday supplement. Its website features breaking news from a variety of sources, including universities and scientific journals.
The newspaper has a broad editorial stance, often arguing for a balance between conservative populism and liberal ideas. It is a member of the National Newspaper Association, which supports a free press and opposes media consolidation. In 2017, the newspaper was sold to Tronc, a Chicago-based media company.
Formed in 1919, the paper was a pioneer in the use of tabloid printing. Its peak circulation was 2.4 million copies per day.
Its slogan is “New York’s Independent News”. In addition to its newspaper, the Company operates a television station in New York City. It also owns a radio station in Manhattan.
Founded by Joseph Medill Patterson in 1919, the paper is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was the first U.S. daily to be printed in tabloid format and was the eleventh-highest-circulated newspaper in the country at the time of its peak.
While the Daily News’ editorial stance has shifted over time, it remains one of the nation’s most influential. During the 1940s and 1950s, it was a staunchly Republican newspaper, but by the 1970s it had evolved to a moderately liberal position.
As of 2019,[update] the Daily News’ newspaper circulation is about 1.4 million print copies, with a digital readership of about 45,000. It has an annual operating income of $11 million.
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Staten Islanders are more likely to own handguns than people in Brooklyn and Queens, according to the Daily News’ analysis of NYPD permit data. That suggests a cultural bias toward legal gun ownership in the city’s most densely populated borough.
The NYPD has issued a total of about 40,000 handgun permits since 2015, The News’ analysis shows. That’s the number of three-year licenses and renewals the department has issued to people living in New York City. But it excludes permits that are issued to people who are not city residents. Those include ex-law enforcement officers who are licensed separately.