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The Daily News Editorial Board

Daily News

The Daily News has a famous wooden bench in its lobby. In 1995, Bill Gallo wrote an article from the point of view of the bench, during its move from The News’s former headquarters on East 42nd Street to another one on West 33rd Street. Many notable people have sat on the bench, including boxing writer Jimmy Cannon and legendary sportswriter Dick Young. Over the years, dozens of other Daily News mainstays have sat on it as well.

Print edition

The Daily News interactive edition is a digital replica of the print edition available on your computer or mobile device. It offers an enhanced reading experience, interactive features, and sharing options. You can also download editions to read offline and send them via email. It’s the easiest way to keep up with news from your local area.

The Daily News App is an easy-to-use app with a clean interface. It can be downloaded from Google Playstore and installed from there. This app is compatible with most mobile devices, including Android and iOS. You can use it to read the newspaper and other news from Northwest Florida.

Online edition

The Online edition of the New York Daily News is now available to subscribers. Each day, the newspaper sends a subscription email that includes a link to the eNewspaper. To read the eNewspaper, sign in to your account. It may be helpful to bookmark the account management page or add a shortcut icon to your home screen.

In addition to the print edition, the online edition of the Daily News features articles by award-winning writers and opinion formers covering New York and local sports. This online version of the newspaper also allows you to download editions and read them offline, swipe between newspaper pages, and share stories via email.

Editorial board

The editorial board of a newspaper is a group of experts who determine the tone and direction of the publication. The board meets regularly and makes decisions on who will write the editorials. They also have final say on syndicated and wire service columns. Not all newspapers have an editorial board. Smaller papers often rely on the judgment of a single editorial page editor.