A Guide to Reputable News Sources

Founded in 1919, Daily News is a tabloid newspaper in New York City that offers breaking news, investigative reporting, politics, sports, entertainment, and community news. Its bold journalism, commitment to New York City, engaging storytelling and strong visual content are renowned. Its editorial content often reflects a liberal perspective. The paper has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes.

In addition to the printed newspaper, Daily News produces a variety of other media products including television and radio. It also maintains several websites and apps. Known for its attention-grabbing headlines and in-depth stories, the newspaper has been described as one of the most influential newspapers in the United States.

The Daily News was purchased in 2017 by Tronc, a Chicago-based media company. It was previously owned by New York-based newspaper publisher Mortimer Zuckerman. The purchase was made in order to expand the newspaper’s digital presence and strengthen its financial base.

Whether a source is considered “reputable” depends on its journalistic standards, its credibility, and how it handles ethical issues. Those who wish to know more about a particular news organization should check the website for a statement of standards. A reputable news outlet should have some set of guidelines that it follows or explain its policies in a clear and concise way. For example, a reputable news outlet should not post false information or knowingly mislead its audience. In addition, a reputable news outlet should have a good record of fact checking.

A great tool for researching a topic is the Great Lakes Daily News, which provides a selection of news articles about the region curated by Great Lakes Commission staff and distributed via email each day. This valuable service is free of charge, and anyone may subscribe by entering their contact information here.

In addition to its print and online products, the Daily News runs a number of events, some of which are open to the public. For instance, the annual Great Lakes Conference on Environmental Issues is an excellent opportunity to learn about and discuss important regional issues.

The Yale Daily News (YDN) is a student-run daily newspaper published each weekday during the academic year at Yale University. It is the oldest college daily in the country and remains editorially independent of the university. The YDN is available in print and online, and is the primary source of news for students at Yale. Its editors and writers have gone on to prominent careers in journalism and public service. YDN is also the publisher of a weekly magazine, WKND, and various special issues that celebrate the Yale community including the Yale-Harvard game issue, the Commencement issue and the First Year Issue. YDN is located in the historic Daily News Building, designed by architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. The Daily News was also once a major shareholder of WPIX-TV, which still operates from the 42nd Street building.