The Daily News

The Daily News is an American tabloid newspaper published in New York City, with a circulation of over 200,000. Founded in 1919, the paper has a reputation for sensational reporting and lurid photographs. It is a member of the New York Press Association, the nation’s oldest and most influential newspaper trade union, and it has won several awards for its coverage of politics and public policy.

The News was founded by Joseph Medill Patterson, a businessman who had purchased the Illustrated Daily News, a predecessor to the Los Angeles Times. In the 1920s it was one of the most popular dailies, focusing on political wrongdoing and social intrigue.

For decades, the News was a partisan right-wing newspaper. However, its editorial stance changed over the years to be more moderately liberal. Its main competitor in the city was the New York Post, which had a larger circulation but a different editorial stance.

As a result of the decline in its circulation, in 2017 the News was sold to Tronc, a Chicago-based media company. Its circulation is a fraction of what it was at its peak in the 1970s.

Press clippings are single news stories, traditionally cut or clipped from a newspaper or magazine, but today, these services also provide monitoring from broadcast, web and social media sources. Universal Information Services, a provider of press clippings, has been in business since 1908, but is one of the few to offer full media monitoring from all digital and printed publications.

Daily News E-dition is a digitized replica of the print newspaper, which provides users with a convenient and cost-effective way to read their favorite newspapers. It also features an easy-to-use interface and the latest digital tools, specially designed to enhance the reading experience.

Stringr Remote Video Sourcing

The Stringr Remote Video Sourcing solution enables TV producers and news outlets to source footage for broadcast, web or clean news stories from our network of more than 1,000 videographers located around the world. This allows them to source HD b-roll clips, stand-up a live feed and get professional footage faster than other news solutions.

This service is free for all customers, and the videos are available in the formats they need to be used on their platforms. With more than 1000 media brands using Stringr, the solution has become a staple in a full-service, remote production workflow.

News-O-Matic is an educational resource for children in grades K through 8. Its interactive daily news content helps students build 21st century skills, such as critical thinking and media literacy. Thousands of schools incorporate News-O-Matic articles into their literacy, science and social studies curricula.

Its content is correlated to state and national standards, allowing teachers to easily adapt lessons. It also offers lesson plans, activity ideas and other learning resources for teachers to use in conjunction with its content.

The content on News-O-Matic is available to schools, libraries, and other institutions anywhere there’s internet access. It can be accessed on desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. The platform combines multimedia features and interactive activities to teach students about their local, national and global communities. The content is also available in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, Arabic and Mandarin.