15 Facts About Daily newspaper


The editorial independence of a Daily newspaper is thus always subject to the interests of someone, whether owners, advertisers or a government.

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The oldest Daily newspaper still published is the Ordinari Post Tijdender, which was established in Stockholm in 1645.

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In 1821, after the ending of the ban of private Daily newspaper circulation, appears the first non-imperial printed publication, Diario do Rio de Janeiro, though there existed already the Correio Braziliense, published by Hipolito Jose da Costa at the same time as the Gazeta, but from London and with forcefully advocated political and critical ideas, aiming to expose the administration's flaws.

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Daily newspaper used it as a means to criticize the British rule through journalism.

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The first private Daily newspaper to be published by Turkish journalists, Tercuman-i Ahval, was founded by Ibrahim Sinasi and Agah Efendi and issued in 1860.

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In 1830, the first inexpensive "penny press" newspaper came to the market: Lynde M Walter's Boston Transcript.

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Daily newspaper is printed every day, sometimes with the exception of Sundays and occasionally Saturdays .

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In practice, a morning Daily newspaper is available in early editions from before midnight on the night before its cover date, further editions being printed and distributed during the night.

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In 1650, the first daily newspaper appeared, Einkommende Zeitung, published by Timotheus Ritzsch in Leipzig, Germany.

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Local Daily newspaper serves a region such as a city, or part of a large city.

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New trend in Daily newspaper publishing is the introduction of personalization through on-demand printing technologies or with online news aggregator websites like Google news.

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Since the 1980s, the Daily newspaper industry has largely moved away from lower-quality letterpress printing to higher-quality, four-color process, offset printing.

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Common measure of a Daily newspaper's health is market penetration, expressed as a percentage of households that receive a copy of the Daily newspaper against the total number of households in the paper's market area.

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The portion of the Daily newspaper that is not advertising is called editorial content, editorial matter, or simply editorial, although the last term is used to refer specifically to those articles in which the Daily newspaper and its guest writers express their opinions.

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Recent research has examined the effects of a Daily newspaper's closing on the reelection of incumbents, voter turnout, and campaign spending.

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