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October 9, 2013
iloveoldmagazines:

New York
1969 Vol. 2, No. 46

The Daily News has 516,000 subscribers these days. Guess TV won.

iloveoldmagazines:

New York

1969 Vol. 2, No. 46

The Daily News has 516,000 subscribers these days. Guess TV won.

12:08 // 9 months ago
July 28, 2013
So Anthony Weiner apparently spent $45,000 from his campaign fund to investigate how his Twitter account was hacked in 2011 (despite the fact he later admitted to the tweets) … but the real story here is that the New York Daily News created this illustration to go with the news tidbit.

So Anthony Weiner apparently spent $45,000 from his campaign fund to investigate how his Twitter account was hacked in 2011 (despite the fact he later admitted to the tweets) … but the real story here is that the New York Daily News created this illustration to go with the news tidbit.

19:57 // 12 months ago
March 21, 2013
hypervocal:

A day after excoriating Congress with a powerful “Shame on U.S.” front cover that took the U.S. Senate to task for removing the assault weapons ban from the larger gun reform bill, the New York Daily News is keeping pressure on DC. You might call this unrelenting, unfettered advocacy journalism. CHECK ALL THIS OUT HERE.

Unflinchingly meta, but unflinching all the same. HV’s right. Great advocacy journalism.

hypervocal:

A day after excoriating Congress with a powerful “Shame on U.S.” front cover that took the U.S. Senate to task for removing the assault weapons ban from the larger gun reform bill, the New York Daily News is keeping pressure on DC. You might call this unrelenting, unfettered advocacy journalism. CHECK ALL THIS OUT HERE.

Unflinchingly meta, but unflinching all the same. HV’s right. Great advocacy journalism.

9:10 // 1 year ago
November 28, 2012
azipaybarah:

(via Jeff Klein’s argument for preserving a Republican-led State Senate | Capital New York)

That’s an awfully flip treatment of a crime-free day, New York Daily News. Take away their vanity fonts!

azipaybarah:

(via Jeff Klein’s argument for preserving a Republican-led State Senate | Capital New York)

That’s an awfully flip treatment of a crime-free day, New York Daily News. Take away their vanity fonts!

9:13 // 1 year ago
July 16, 2012

azipaybarah:

‘Slam Drunk’

In which Jason Kidd is reminded of why being a sports star in NYC isn’t the easiest job title — and why the NY Post and Daily News should call each other before using the same headline.

11:01 // 2 years ago
September 25, 2011
inothernews:

Front page, New York Daily News, Sunday 25 September 2011.
(via the Newseum)

Although the headline’s a little tasteless, it’s certainly less tasteless than the New York Post’s cover, which doesn’t even cover Occupy Wall Street, but instead gives Sly Stone a bit of a blindsiding headline.

inothernews:

Front page, New York Daily News, Sunday 25 September 2011.

(via the Newseum)

Although the headline’s a little tasteless, it’s certainly less tasteless than the New York Post’s cover, which doesn’t even cover Occupy Wall Street, but instead gives Sly Stone a bit of a blindsiding headline.

10:49 // 2 years ago
June 7, 2011
capitalnewyork:

Tom McGeveran in today’s The Front: A choice between observing Weiner’s humiliation and compounding it

Wow, The Daily News actually held back on being total jerks. On a side note, WHEN DID THE NEWSEUM bring back their watermarks? *grumble*

capitalnewyork:

Tom McGeveran in today’s The Front: A choice between observing Weiner’s humiliation and compounding it

Wow, The Daily News actually held back on being total jerks. On a side note, WHEN DID THE NEWSEUM bring back their watermarks? *grumble*

(via rubenfeld)

10:48 // 3 years ago
May 14, 2011
Front page of the day features headline “Osama bin Wankin’!”
Today in newspaper front pages that remind you of the importance of tabloid journalism sometimes. The New York Daily News had a similar idea but with worse execution. (On a side note, Newseum, where we grabbed this page from, finally took the watermarks off their front pages — hopefully for good. We hope our campaign helped change their minds. We’d still like to see newspapers consider releasing their front pages under a Creative Commons license.) source
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Today in newspaper front pages that remind you of the importance of tabloid journalism sometimes. The New York Daily News had a similar idea but with worse execution. (On a side note, Newseum, where we grabbed this page from, finally took the watermarks off their front pages — hopefully for good. We hope our campaign helped change their minds. We’d still like to see newspapers consider releasing their front pages under a Creative Commons license.) source

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12:23 // 3 years ago
April 11, 2011
Emphasis on the “sideshow”: NY Daily News clowns up Trump
Sideshow Don is grinning: The ever-outrageous New York Daily News had some fun with the war of words between Donald Trump and David Plouffe (or, really, between Trump and anyone/thing affiliated with Barack Obama). At least it’s a smiling picture? (EDIT: The cutout of Trump’s hair is easily the worst we’ve ever seen.) source
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Sideshow Don is grinning: The ever-outrageous New York Daily News had some fun with the war of words between Donald Trump and David Plouffe (or, really, between Trump and anyone/thing affiliated with Barack Obama). At least it’s a smiling picture? (EDIT: The cutout of Trump’s hair is easily the worst we’ve ever seen.) source

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14:17 // 3 years ago
February 22, 2011
Because it’s the Knicks, we’ll give this treatment of the Libya coverage a pass. They’ve had a rough decade.

Because it’s the Knicks, we’ll give this treatment of the Libya coverage a pass. They’ve had a rough decade.

(via brooklynmutt)

10:50 // 3 years ago