The Daily News Will Be Acquired by Tronc

Daily News

The Daily News is a daily newspaper based in Jersey City, NJ. It is a tabloid-style newspaper that was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson. It was one of the first newspapers in the United States to print in this format, and its circulation peaked at 2.4 million copies per day in 1947.

The Daily News is a digital edition replica of the print edition

The digital edition of The Daily News provides the same content and design of the print edition, including full text and thumbnails of pages. It also lets you print articles, save stories and view embedded videos. It also ensures that you’ll never be disconnected from your news by delivery issues.

It has won 11 Pulitzer Prizes

The New York Daily News has won 11 Pulitzer Prizes in the past five years. The Pulitzer Prize is America’s most coveted journalism prize. Winners of the Pulitzer Prize are chosen by a prestigious board of judges and a large jury of peers. There has never been much public discussion about how the Pulitzer Prizes are decided or who is eligible to receive one.

It was sold to Tronc in 2017

Tronc, a private equity firm, is announcing the purchase of the New York Daily News and its website. The acquisition will expand Tronc’s digital audience. Its combined digital platform is estimated to draw 80 million unique monthly visitors. Tronc’s acquisition will also give it the opportunity to print two newspapers in addition to its current newspaper operations.

It has been a rival paper to the New York Post

The Daily News has long been a competitor of the New York Post. The two rivals are frequently pitted against one another in the New York City news scene. The two papers publish very different viewpoints on most topics. For instance, the Daily News frequently mocks Republican politicians, such as Gov. Abbott, and the Post regularly mocks conservative figures. The New York Post has also been accused of bias.

It has been a rival paper to the Orlando Sentinel

In the last few years, the Orlando Sentinel has been in competition with the Daily News in the Orlando market. The Sentinel has a history dating back to 1876 when it was founded as the Orange County Reporter. It quickly gained popularity and became a daily newspaper by 1905. The paper was then purchased by the Morning Sentinel, which changed its name several times before being purchased by Tribune Publishing Company in 1965.