Daily News

Daily news is a publication that is published every day and contains information about current events. It can be in the form of articles, photos or videos. A popular example of a daily newspaper is The New York Times. There are also many online publications that provide daily news. Some of these include The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.

The Analyst – Daily Newspaper Analysis Video is an essential resource for those preparing for the UPSC Civil Services Examination. It gives a thorough analysis of the latest News from Indian Express and The Hindu newspapers, which is important for exam preparations. The video is followed by a handout that summarises the news discussed in the video, which helps aspirants to save time and focus on core concepts. The video and handout will help you become a more confident reader of the news and enhance your understanding of contemporary issues.

In the early days of tabloid journalism, the New York Daily News found its niche on New York City’s subway system, attracting commuters with its sensational coverage and large photographs. Its lurid stories of crime, murder, and scandal were the envy of other American newspapers. It also attracted readers with its titillating celebrity gossip, cartoons and other entertainment features. By the mid-1920s, it was one of the country’s biggest newspapers.

Throughout its history, the newspaper has been at the forefront of investigative reporting. It was the first newspaper to report on the Watergate scandal, and its reporters have won numerous Pulitzer Prizes. The newspaper was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson, who had recently been publisher of the Chicago Tribune and was looking for a new challenge. The paper was originally owned by the Tribune Company, but it became independent in 1922.

It is the oldest college newspaper in the United States, publishing daily during the academic year. The News is edited and written by students at Yale, and it has a long list of alumni who have gone on to prominent careers in journalism and public service, including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Sargent Shriver, and Strobe Talbott. The News is also known for its special issues celebrating Yale’s indigenous, black, Latino, and Asian American communities in collaboration with their respective Yale cultural centers and student groups.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive was generously donated by an anonymous alumnus in 2021. The gift allowed the Library to upgrade its platform and expand the availability of the Archive to cover the period from 1996 to the present. Its continued support will enable us to add more content and ensure that the Archive is available for research and teaching in the years to come.