Daily News is a newspaper published on a daily basis. It contains a wide range of news and information, including politics, economy, finance, sports, etc. It is often distributed in different formats, such as print and online. It can also include opinion pieces, cartoons, and classified ads. Its primary audience is the urban population. The paper is best known for its tabloid format, and was the first US newspaper to be printed in a tabloid. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News, and later changed its name to the New York Daily News. Today it is owned by tronc, and is one of the nation’s largest newspapers.
This page provides an analysis of daily news and events from India and around the world that are important for UPSC aspirants to know. It includes latest developments in various fields of technology, business and science, as well as their implications on society. It also covers the latest in global and domestic political news. In addition, it covers government initiatives aimed at boosting economic growth, such as Make in India and Digital India.
IAS GYAN also has dedicated pages on daily current affairs for UPSC and IAS preparation that provide detailed coverage of the news related to these topics. These pages are updated regularly to keep aspirants informed about the latest happenings in the field of politics, economics, and science and technology.
A harrowing week in the life of Tribune Publishing’s New York Daily News and its Chicago Tribune parent company brought more buyouts, layoffs and jitters to staffers, with some fearing for their jobs or the future of journalism. The company’s owner, cost-slashing hedge fund Alden Global Capital, has been ruthless in its attempts to reduce overhead costs at the papers since buying them last year. The 102-year-old News has suffered through several rounds of layoffs, buyouts and other cuts since the takeover.
The obituary for local news is growing ever grimmer in America, with “news deserts” proliferating at a disturbing pace. In Death of the Daily News, Andrew Conte offers a perceptive and deeply reported anatomy of what happens when a city’s newspaper dies.
This is a fascinating, well-reported, and important book that should be read by anyone concerned about the future of journalism in general and local in particular. It shows what a community goes through when its newspaper dies, and how citizens attempt to fill the gap—for better and for worse. It’s a warning about the dangers of our times, and an inspiration for those who want to find ways to make local journalism sustainable.