The Daily News is a newspaper published by Independent Media in South Africa. It has a print and digital edition and is available on mobile phones, computers and other devices. It offers a range of interactive features and is designed to make it easy for readers to read the paper in their spare time.
It is the most widely read English daily newspaper in the KwaZulu-Natal province. It has a strong and independent editorial stance and is known for its bold presentation of news stories.
This Daily News is a full-featured replica of the print newspaper, offering all the content and features that are found in the printed edition. It is available for all platforms including computer, tablet and smartphone and is free to download.
The News was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News, and it is now a member of the Tribune Group. It is a tabloid newspaper with a daily circulation of 2.4 million copies, the eleventh-highest in the United States.
In addition to publishing newspapers, the News also produces a television station, WPIX-TV (Channel 11 in New York City), and a radio station, WFAN-FM. It also publishes a newsletter, Here’s the Deal, which is sent to subscribers.
As with most newspapers, the News also offers online services such as its Daily News E-dition, a digital replica of the newspaper that is available for all mobile and desktop devices. It is an ad-free version of the newspaper that is free to download and offers all the content and features that are found in our print edition.
Among other things, it offers live streaming from its studios and from outside locations across the city. It also provides a variety of other content, including video clips and photos.
It also has a subscription-based online magazine called Daily News Insider, which is published every Sunday and contains an exclusive section for subscribers. The magazine also includes a blog and a section for sports.
In the mid-20th century, the Daily News was a popular New York dailies and had one of the country’s highest daily circulations, surpassed only by the New York Post, with its screamer “Ford to City: Drop Dead.” The News remained an important force in the city’s media landscape and a major competitor for the Post, until its decline and sale to Tronc in 2017.
For many years, the News maintained a conservative political stance; however, over the course of the 1990s it became moderately liberal. The News has also been described as flexiblely centrist, with a “high-minded, if populist, legacy.”
Since the early 1990s, it has been owned by the New York News Inc., a company headed by Mortimer B. Zuckerman. This led to a decrease in the paper’s circulation, and in 2017, it was sold to Tronc for $1. In the meantime, it continues to provide local news and sports coverage.