Getting Started With the Daily News

Daily news is a broad term used to describe a variety of content including news, sports, opinion, classifieds and more. While there are numerous daily newspapers, some of the most popular include the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News and Philadelphia Inquirer.

Getting Started

The Daily News traces its origins back to 1919, when Joseph Medill Patterson patented the first newspaper printed in tabloid format. During its heyday, the Daily News boasted a circulation of 2.4 million copies. Today, the paper’s tally is more modest.

Best of all, it’s free to read! The E-dition is available on your computer, tablet or phone and features a host of interactive content.

Most of all, it’s a fun and easy way to keep up with the latest New York City headlines. You’ll find breaking news, local and national sports coverage, celebrity gossip, classifieds, comics and more in this one-of-a-kind app.

Seeing is believing

The best way to experience the E-dition is to start your day with a virtual cup of coffee in our virtual newsroom, where you’ll be amongst a team of newshounds armed with iPads and iPhones – you’ll see what we mean!

Our digital news hub is a hub of all things newsworthy – so don’t miss the latest, greatest and most relevant headlines from our award winning editors.

What are you waiting for? Sign up now for a free trial and get started! The shortest time to subscribe is 10 days, but you can also choose a monthly or annual plan.