The Daily News is a Powerful Video Asset That Can Be Tailored to Various Platforms and Channels

Daily News

Daily News, published by Independent Media in South Africa, is a bold and popular newspaper that delivers on the news you need. It is an English-language daily publication that focuses on providing time challenged readers with accessible news they can digest easily and quickly.

Founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News, it is the first American tabloid newspaper and a subsidiary of the Tribune Company of Chicago. The Daily News was a sensational newspaper in the 1920s, featuring large and prominent photographs for news, entertainment and sports; intense city news coverage; celebrity gossip, classified ads and comics; and a strong editorial stance that leaned toward a moderately conservative populism.

The paper’s earliest headquarters were in 220 East 42nd Street near Second Avenue, an official New York City landmark designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood (the design is also used as the model for the Daily Planet building on the first two Superman films). In 1929, the News moved to 450 West 33rd Street, where it remains today.

For news reporters, video is a powerful asset that can be tailored to various platforms and channels. Having an easy way to access and organize archived footage can help you tailor your storytelling for each audience and campaign.

When a news story breaks, having file video for frequently covered topics is a key tool in saving time and getting on air faster. For example, the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves uses a system for storing and accessing archived video to repurpose it for different campaigns and channels.

Another great use of archived video is for social media content. This includes repurposed social video and visuals that can be used across multiple platforms, such as on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

A good visual asset management system should also have a robust search feature, so that news team members can find relevant imagery even when they aren’t in the office. This can save them time and money by allowing them to quickly find what they need, regardless of where it’s stored.

The best part about an effective visual asset management system is that it also makes it simple to repurpose your video assets for various platforms and channels. For example, you can use an archived video to repurpose it for a brand video about the latest environmental crisis. This can save you time and money by allowing you to produce more impactful social videos and engage with a larger audience on social.