Daily Current Affairs is a crucial component of any UPSC aspirant’s preparation. With the increasing dynamism of the questions in the exam, it is important for aspirants to stay updated with the latest news. Whether it is about the environment or politics, Daily current affairs play a crucial role in shaping aspirants’ preparation.
The New York Daily News is a morning tabloid newspaper founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson and the first successful paper printed in tabloid format in the United States. At its peak circulation in 1947, the newspaper reached 2.4 million readers a day. In addition to general city and sports news, the paper attracted readership with sensational coverage of crime and scandal, lurid photographs, and cartoons and entertainment features.
As a result of the News’ success, a number of other newspapers adopted the tabloid format. The News also launched a television station, whose call letters were based on the paper’s nickname; and later bought what became WPIX-FM, a radio station simulcast of its AM namesake. The newspaper still maintains offices within One Police Plaza in New York City.
A high frequency measure of economic sentiment based on lexical analysis of economy-related news articles. The index is constructed as a trailing weighted-average time series, with weights declining geometrically over the period and a statistical adjustment for changes in the composition of news content. It is regularly updated at a weekly frequency. Buckman, Shelby R., Adam Hale Shapiro, Moritz Sudhof, and Daniel J. Wilson, 2020. “Measuring News Sentiment.” FRBSF Economic Letter 2020-08.
Despite a sharp decline in audience size, many newspapers are still able to attract significant digital audiences. The chart below offers a snapshot of the digital audience for the top 50 U.S. daily newspapers as measured by Comscore. The data is based on quarterly averages through 2022.