The Daily News has always been an iconic New York City newspaper, a leading voice of the city. The paper has been publishing since 1919, and was once the most widely circulated newspaper in the country.
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The daily News’s editorial stance has been described as “flexibly centrist” with a “high-minded, if populist, legacy.” As such it has remained an influential voice in the debate over the United States’ role in world events.
It is also one of the most controversial publications in the country. It has been criticized for its coverage of the Teapot Dome Scandal, its promotion of racist violence and its use of “untruthful” photographs. It has also been accused of misrepresenting the evidence in the trial of President George W. Bush and a number of other high profile cases.
Among its many notable contributions to the newspaper industry, the Daily News was among the first papers in the country to publish an online version of their daily paper (the New York Times did so in 1926). This online service became known as The Morning News when it was acquired by the Times in 1980.
The Daily News has also made notable contributions to the television and radio industries, establishing WPIX in 1948 and later buying WFAN-FM. In addition, the News has been responsible for the creation of several media awards and conventions, including the AP award for the best photo of the year and the AP Award for best sports feature.