The Daily News and Podcasts

Daily News

The Daily News is an American newspaper founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson. The News is a tabloid, and is one of the most influential newspapers in the United States. It has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes. The News has a large circulation in the New York City metropolitan area, and is distributed nationally. The News is a major source of information on political and social events, especially those affecting New York City and its suburbs.

The News also covers business, sports and other regional news as well as national and international news. Its editorial page provides opinion on politics, culture, religion and other topics. In addition to its main articles, the newspaper publishes daily supplements on topics such as sports, entertainment and lifestyle. The News is available in print, on the web and via mobile apps.

In the wake of a SCOTUS decision on affirmative action, the News explores the future admissions models for selective universities in the US. The News focuses on the complexities of race, identity and college admissions to help readers understand this issue as they consider how these policies might change in the future.

The Yale Daily News is the nation’s oldest college daily newspaper. It is published Monday through Friday during the academic year in New Haven and Yale, and also produces a weekly podcast called WEEKEND, the Yale Daily News Magazine and special issues each year celebrating the university’s Indigenous, Black, AAPI and Latinx communities in collaboration with their respective student groups.

Its website and social media platforms host a variety of events. The News also offers an annual fellowship to support the work of young journalists. The News is a member of the Association of American Publishers, the Press Club and the New England Newspaper Guild.

Across six countries we counted 102 active daily news podcasts, 37 of which launched in the last year. These include new shows from public service broadcasters in Denmark and France, commercial publishers like News Corp in Australia and the Times in the UK, and even a new show from Apple itself. While the coronavirus crisis may have prompted some of this expansion, we believe it is more broadly driven by renewed interest in news podcasting among publishers that seek to diversify their audiences beyond print. These podcasts offer unique ways to tell deep-dive stories that would be difficult or impossible for them to do on their websites. They also help publishers pursuing subscription business models build loyalty and reduce churn. In many cases, the shows are also generating revenue at levels that are competitive with other news podcasts and ad rates that are higher than those seen on traditional radio.