Great Lakes Daily News
Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News was the first tabloid newspaper to make a profit. Once the biggest newspaper in America, it attracted readers with sensational coverage of crime and scandal and lurid photographs. It also featured entertainment and celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics and sports. Currently, the New York Daily News is owned by Tronc and prints 200,000 copies each day.
The New York Daily News has a AllSides Media Bias Rating of Left. This indicates that the newspaper has a liberal bias and often supports progressive, left-wing thought and/or policy agendas. The newspaper has historically been a self-proclaimed Republican paper, but in recent years it has exhibited a moderate-to-liberal bias.
In a time when technology has destroyed traditional journalism, forcing thousands of reporters out of work and shutting down newsrooms across the country, Daily News remains a lifeline for communities that have lost their local papers. In McKeesport, a city in southwestern Pennsylvania, the loss of their local newspaper in 2015 has made it difficult for residents to stay informed about their community and to separate fact from speculation and opinion on social media.
Since its inception, the New York Daily News has been a leading source of breaking news, as well as an important source of opinion and insight into American culture and politics. Today, it is one of the nation’s most widely read newspapers with an iconic name, iconic images and iconic stories. In addition to its print edition, the newspaper is available on multiple platforms including mobile and web.
Great Lakes Daily News is a collection of news articles about topics of interest to the Great Lakes community, curated by staff members of the Great Lakes Commission. The service is a vital way to keep up with the latest news and information about the Great Lakes.
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