New York Daily News and Yale Daily News

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Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News (NYDN) was the first daily newspaper to be printed in a tabloid format. The newspaper’s peak circulation reached 2.4 million copies per day in 1947.

New York Daily News

Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News is the first newspaper in the United States to be printed in tabloid format. The paper grew to be one of the most widely circulated newspapers in the country, reaching peak circulation in 1947 at 2.4 million copies a day. The Daily News is owned by tronc, a Chicago-based media company. It also maintains local bureaus in Brooklyn and Queens.

The Daily News has won 11 Pulitzer Prizes. The paper’s coverage of national news and sports, as well as prominent photographs, have made it one of the most popular publications in the country. The paper’s staff includes columnists, music critics, and film critics.

Yale Daily News

Founded in January 1878, the Yale Daily News is the oldest college daily newspaper in the country. It is a student-run publication that has a circulation of nearly 30,000 copies. It’s not the only paper in the university. The campus has an office of public affairs that gathers and distributes news to the campus and surrounding community.

The Yale Daily News is a student-run newspaper that offers news from around the state of Connecticut. Its main emphasis is on issues that affect students, faculty and administrators. The News is a free publication that is distributed on campus and throughout the city of New Haven. The paper also has a special arts and living section on Friday. The Yale Daily News has won a few awards for its reporting, including a 2009 Associated Collegiate Press Newspaper “Pacemaker Award” in the news paper category.

Illustrated Daily News

Among the slew of newspapers to hit the Los Angeles market in the late 1800’s, the Illustrated Daily News was one of the few to survive the era’s many changes. The ad hoc press of the era was not exactly an easy task. The Los Angeles Police Department and the LAPD were a formidable adversary, but the Los Angeles Daily News’ ad hoc press was up to the task.

The Daily News was based on the London tabloid, the Daily Mirror. Although its logo was a tad too subtle to be seen by the untrained eye, the icon was a reincarnation of the original.

Alden Global Capital

Earlier this year, Alden Global Capital made a surprise takeover of Tribune Publishing. That meant the company would own The New York Daily News, The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, and other newspapers. It was a deal valued at $630 million.

Alden also bought a minority share of Lee Enterprises, Inc., a company that owns newspapers in 26 states. Alden owns about 6 percent of the company’s stock. However, the company’s board developed a “Rights Plan” to delay the takeover. Among other things, it would force Alden to replace one other board member, Mary Junck, and to remove one other nominee.