The Daily News in the Digital Age

Daily News

The New York Daily News is a newspaper that was founded in 1892 and is now the oldest newspaper still in print. Like other popular dailies of its day, it emphasized political wrongdoing such as the Teapot Dome Scandal and social intrigue like Wallis Simpson’s romance with King Edward VIII that led to his abdication. It also emphasized photography and was an early user of the Associated Press wire photo service.

As the world’s most prestigious and influential newspaper, The Daily News has a long tradition of investigative journalism, and has been at the forefront in the fight for civil rights and other important issues for over a century. In addition, The Daily News provides the community with a wealth of information and entertainment, including local, national and international news, sports, business, features, music, and more.

During its long and rich history, the newspaper has been home to many legendary writers, including William Randolph Hearst and James Agee, and has served as the source for much of our modern understanding of the American experience and society. Despite the many challenges it has faced in its nearly 125 years of publishing, The Daily News continues to deliver quality journalism to millions of readers each week.

While many newspaper companies have seen their overall circulation decline in recent decades, digital audience growth has been much more rapid for some papers. This fact sheet offers an overview of how the top 50 daily newspapers in the United States have performed in the digital realm, based on Comscore’s Audience Measurement data, and compares their performance to their predecessors.

Circulation data through 2014 comes from Editor & Publisher, published by the trade group that was then known as the Newspaper Association of America (NAA). For 2015 and later years, revenue estimates come from the Center’s analysis of financial statements from publicly traded U.S. newspaper companies, which in 2022 numbered four and accounted for about 300 daily newspapers, ranging from large national to midsize metro dailies to small local papers.

To calculate the average minutes per visit, we divided the number of monthly visitors by the total number of visits to the newspapers’ websites. We then multiplied that number by the average time per visit reported by Comscore. The indexes are built using the methodology described in Buckman, Shapiro, Sudhof and Wilson (2020).

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