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Introduction to New York News Media.

New York is a densely populated city of the United States. In 2019, the population of New York was estimated at 8,336,817. Spread over about 302.6 square miles, the New York city operates as the media, cultural and financial capital of the world. The city is also known for its contributions to the sectors like commerce, research, entertainment, technology, politics, education, art, tourism, fashion and sports. With the headquarters of the United Nations, New York also plays an important role in America’s international diplomacy.

Media in New York

New York City is the hub of the American entertainment industry. A huge number of films, TV series and books are set in the city. By 2012, New York was producing more than 200 feature films on an annual basis, involving an average of 130,000 individuals. According to the New York Mayor’s Office, the film industry was contributing close to $9 billion to the city’s economy in 2015.

Talking about news media, New York City is home to some of the world’s biggest media conglomerates like Time Warner, Associated Press, Thomson Reuters Corporation, Bloomberg L.P., The New York Times Company, News Corporation, Hearst Corporation, AOL, NBCUniversal and Viacom.

History of New York Newspapers

According to The Governors Island Preservation & Education Corporation, over 200 newspapers along with 350 magazines are published in New York. As many as 25,000 people are involved in the city’s print media businesses. Most Pulitzer Prizes winning newspaper The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal enjoy a lion share of readership in New York. 1919-established The New York Daily News and 1801-established The New York Post are among the most read tabloid newspapers of the city.

Regional Media

According to the Ethnic Press Booms in New York City, 270 newspapers and magazines are published in over 40 languages in the city. The biggest Spanish language daily in New York is El Diario La Prensa, which is also the oldest surviving newspaper in the United States. The New York Amsterdam News serves the African American community of New York, while The Village Voice, which transformed into a fully digital venture in 2017, operates as the country’s largest alternative newspaper.

New York newspapers and websites’ list

Here below we present you a list of some of the most prominent newspapers and websites operating in New York. With this list of prominent New York newspapers and other publications, we have tried to explain the origin, operations, status and relevance of these New York based mediahouses.

1. The New York Times

New York newspapers 1 The New York Times

The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in the broadsheet format. Headquartered in New York City, it is owned by The New York Times Company and controlled by the Sulzberger family since 1896.

Origin

The first issue of the newspaper appeared on September 18, 1851. It was founded by former banker George Jones and journalist and politician Henry Jarvis Raymond. Initially, The New York Times was published by Raymond, Jones & Company. Since 1896, the motto of the paper is “All the News That’s Fit to Print”.

Supplements

On Sunday, it publishes supplements like Sunday Review, The New York Times Book Review, The New York Times Magazine, and The New York Times Style Magazine. The New York Times has won the most number of Pulitzer Prizes in the history of newspaper-130 to be precise.

Digital Media Presence

The New York Times launched its news website on January 22, 1996. According to data published in August 2020, out of 6.5 million paid subscribers, 5.7 million subscribed to its online content. To cater to the interest of its readers, the portal has segregated the news stories into several categories like world, U.S., business, tech, science, health, arts and food among others.

New York newspapers 1 The New York Times website

The New York Times Online

The New York Times ePaper

The New York Times Android App

The New York Times iOS App

2. The Wall Street Journal

New York newspapers 2 The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal is a daily newspaper owned by News Corp. The English language daily is headquartered in New York City. It also publishes editions in Japanese and Chinese language. Published by Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corp, The Wall Street Journal appears six days a week.

Origin And History

The first issue of the newspaper was published on July 8, 1889. Founded by Charles Bergstresser, Charles Dow and Edward Jones, it was earlier known as Customers’ Afternoon Letter. The Wall Street Journal also publishes a luxury and lifestyle magazine titled WSJ.

Editorial Stance And Circulation

The Wall Street Journal is conservative as far as its editorial is concerned. It has published editorials on climate issues that go against the scientific consensus. As per August 2019 data, The Wall Street Journal had a circulation of 2.834 million copies (including 1,829,000 digital sales). Until 2019, it had won 37 Pulitzer Prizes.

Digital Media Presence

The web version of The Wall Street Journal is available only to the subscribers since it was launched in 1996. It has different sections such as politics, economy, business, tech and markets among others. The Wall Street Journal is also available on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. It offers mobile applications for both Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 2 The Wall Street Journal website

The Wall Street Journal Online

The Wall Street Journal ePaper

The Wall Street Journal Android App

The Wall Street Journal iOS App

3. The Epoch Times

New York newspapers 3 The Epoch Times

The Epoch Times is a multi-language newspaper published in the broadsheet format in New York City. It belongs to Epoch Media Group, which also owns New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television. It has local editions in Canada, Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, New Zealand and Hong Kong among others. The Epoch Times launched its English edition in 2003. New York print edition was launched in 2004.

Origin

The Epoch Times was established by Chinese Americans affiliated with the Falun Gong new religious movement including John Tang. Its first issue appeared on May 20, 2000. The newspaper was started in a basement by Tang, who was a graduate student in Georgia back then. It aimed to be the response to China’s censorship of Falun Gong and wanted to create an international understanding.

Political Stance

It has an extreme-right leaning and is associated with the Falun Gong new religious movement. The Epoch Times promotes far-right politicians in European countries and publishes stories against the Chinese Communist Party. It often promotes false information and conspiracy theories. The New York Times called it a “global-scale misinformation machine” in 2020.

Websites

According to The Epoch Times, it has websites in 21 languages in 35 countries besides print editions in eight languages. However, it is blocked in mainland China. The website has sections such as China, world, opinion, science, business and many more.

New York newspapers 3 The Epoch Times website

The Epoch Times Online

The Epoch Times Android App

The Epoch Times iOS App

4. New York Post

New York newspapers 4 New York Post

New York Post is a daily newspaper published in New York City. It started publication in the tabloid format after it came under the ownership of Dorothy Schiff. Since 1993, New York Post is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. It also has a website nypost.com, an entertainment portal Decider.com and a celebrity gossip website PageSix.com.

Origin

The first issue of New York Post appeared on November 16, 1801, as The New-York Evening Post. It was founded by Alexander Hamilton. New York Post claims to be the oldest continuously printed daily newspaper in the country. However, contrary to their statement, The Providence Journal, launched on July 21, 1829, is considered the oldest daily. This is because New York Post stopped the publication during strikes in 1958 and 1978.

Political Stance And Credibility

New York Post has a conservative stance. It is often criticised for pushing Murdoch’s agenda. The newspaper is also slammed for blatant advocacy, conservative approach and sensationalism. Columbia Journalism Review stated in 1980, “New York Post is no longer merely a journalistic problem. It is a social problem—a force for evil.” According to a survey by Pace University in 2004, New York Post was rated the least-credible major news outlet in New York.

Digital Media Presence

New York Post has a news portal with sections such as news, metro, sports, business, opinion, entertainment and fashion among others. It is also available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. It even offers mobile application for both Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 4 New York Post website

New York Post Online

New York Post ePaper

New York Post Android App

New York Post iOS App

5. Financial Times

Financial Times is a daily newspaper based in London, England. Published in the broadsheet format, it mainly covers business, finance and economics. It is owned by Nikkei Inc., a Japanese holding company. Financial Times has editorial offices across Britain, the United States and Europe.

Origin And History

Its first issue appeared in January 1888, as the London Financial Guide. After a month, it was renamed Financial Times. The four-page journal was founded by James Sheridan. Financial Times has light-pink (salmon) newsprint since January 2, 1893. This was done to differentiate it from rival Financial News. Financial News and Financial Times merged in 1945 led by Brendan Bracken. Financial Times’ high circulation and Financial News’ editorial talent merged to form a six-page newspaper.

Supplements And Others

Lifestyle magazine (FT Magazine) and weekend edition (FT Weekend) are the supplements of the newspaper. Financial Times also sponsors and publishes the “Person of the Year” feature. Ever since it was founded, Financial Times has backed liberal democracy. According to Wikipedia, its editorial board is different from its newsroom.

Digital Media Presence

Financial Times also has a news website with sections such as world, US, tech, markets, climate, opinion and many more. It even offers mobile application for both Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 5 Financial Times website

Financial Times Online

Financial Times ePaper

Financial Times Android App

Financial Times iOS App

6. Daily News

New York newspapers 6 New York Daily News

Daily News is a newspaper headquartered in New York City. Published on a daily basis, it was the first newspaper of the United States to be printed in the tabloid format. Until 1993, it was owned by the Tribune Company.

Origin And History

Owned by Tribune Publishing, its first issue appeared on June 26, 1919. Joseph Medill Patterson founded the newspaper which was initially titled Illustrated Daily News. It had a circulation of 2.4 million copies per day in 1947. Meanwhile, its Sunday edition had a circulation of 4.7 million. Daily News didn’t meet the success immediately. Its circulation dropped to 26, 625 by August 1919. Howevr, its growth was steady and by 1925, its circulation increased to more than a million.

Circulation And Political Stance

According to Wikipedia, it had a daily circulation of 200,000 in 2017. The Sunday edition had a circulation of 260,000 copies. So far, it was won eleven Pulitzer Prizes. The Daily News has a left bias. It supported Iraq War in 2003.

Digital News Presence

Daily News also has a news portal. For the convenience of its readers, news on the portal has been segregated into sections such as jobs, lifestyle, New York and opinion among others. It is present on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

New York newspapers 6 New York Daily News website

New York Daily News Online

New York Daily News ePaper

New York Daily News Android App

New York Daily News iOS App

7. The New Yorker

New York newspapers 7 The New Yorker

The New Yorker is a magazine published on a weekly basis in New York. It was launched on February 21, 1925. Published by Condé Nast, it carries satire, essays, fiction, cartoons and poetry among others.

Origin And History

It was established by Harold Ross and his wife Jane Grant. Initially, its offices were set up in Manhattan. “Ross established The New Yorker as a lighthearted, Manhattan-centric magazine — a “fifteen-cent comic paper,” he called it,” the portal states in the About section on its website.  He edited The New Yorker until his death in 1951. It is known for printing cartoons, especially gag cartoons since the beginning.

Political Stance

On November 1, 2004, it published an issue endorsing a presidential candidate for the first time in its history. The magazine supported Democrat John Kerry over incumbent Republican George W. Bush. As per Pew Research, 77 percent of its readers have left-of-center political values.

Digital Media Presence

The New Yorker also has a news website. To cater to the interest of its readers, the portal has segregated the news stories and reports into categories like books & culture, fiction & poetry, humor & cartoons, podcasts, crossword and many more. It is present on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

New York newspapers 7 The New Yorker website

The New Yorker Online

The New Yorker ePaper

The New Yorker iOS App

8. International Business Times

International Business Times is a news website based in New York City. It is also called IBTimes or IBT. It is currently owned by IBT Media. “With authoritative journalism in 4 different languages, our content gives readers in 190 countries a window on current events,” it mentions in the About Us section of its website. IBT has Australia, Singapore, United Kingdom and India editions.

Origin

Launched in 2006, International Business Times was founded by Etienne Uzac and Johnathan Davis. The website was the brainchild of Etienne Uzac, a native of France. He recruited Davis and then in late 2005, both of them moved to New York City to launch IBT. While Uzac basically focused on managing business strategies, Davis wrote the articles besides coding the site.

Categories And Social Media

The portal has different categories such as business, national, politics, opinion, sports, luxury, media & culture, world and many more. It also has social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Controversies

By late 2011, Google reportedly shifted the articles published by IBT down in the search results due to excessive search engine optimization. There were also allegations that the management issues impractical demands and fired those who failed to meet the target. During a particular time interval, IBT Japan published 432 articles, out of which 302 were reportedly written by copying sentences from other Japanese media outlets. Later, the organisation issued an apology and put the blame on a contractual employee.

New York newspapers 8 International Business Times website

International Business Times Online

9. Post-Standard

New York newspapers 9 Syracuse Post Standard

The Post-Standard is a daily newspaper published in the broadsheet format in New York. It serves the greater Syracuse. Owned by Advance Publications, it is published seven days a week.

Origin And History

The Post-Standard traces its origin to September 10, 1829 when it was first published as The Onondaga Standard. It was formed with the merger of Onondaga Journal and Syracuse Advertiser. The Onondaga Standard was merged with The Syracuse Post, first published on July 10, 1894, to form The Post-Standard. The merger took place on December 26, 1898 and the first issue was published on January 1, 1899. The Post-Standard was acquired by Newhouse family in 1944. The company also publishes “Staten Island Advance, The Star-Ledger and The Jersey Journal in New Jersey, The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, The Oregonian in Portland, and The Plain Dealer in Cleveland” along with Conde Nast magazines.

Digital Media Presence

The Post-Standard has a news website that was launched in November 1994. To cater to the interest of its readers, the website has categories like weather, business, sports, entertainment, living and opinion among others. It is also available on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Instagram. The Post-Standard offers mobile applications for both Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 9 Syracuse Post Standard website

Syracuse Post-Standard Online

Syracuse Post-Standard Android App

Syracuse Post-Standard iOS App

10. Newsday

New York newspapers 10 Melville Newsday

Newsday is a newspaper published on a daily basis in New York. It serves Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island. It is owned by Newsday Media. Headquartered in Melville, it has been awarded 19 Pulitzer Prizes so far. Newsday doesn’t promote sensationalism despite having a tabloid format.

Origin And History

The first issue of Newsday was published from Hempstead on September 3, 1940. It was founded by Alicia Patterson and her husband, Harry Guggenheim. After the death of Patterson in 1963, Guggenheim became the editor and publisher. In 1967, he offered the post of the publisher to Bill Moyers. However, Guggenheim was unhappy with the liberal shift of Newsday under Moyers. Both of them decided to split over the 1968 presidential election as Guggenheim supported Richard Nixon while Moyers backed Hubert Humphrey.

Digital Media Presence

Newday also has a website with sections such as sports, news, opinion, business, obituaries and events among others. It is present on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

New York newspapers 11 Advertising Age website

Melville Newsday Online

Melville Newsday ePaper

Melville Newsday Android App

Melville Newsday iOS App

11. Advertising Age

New York newspapers 11 Advertising Age

Ad Age is a magazine and a website based in New York. It was known as Advertising Age until 2017. The magazine is printed bi-monthly.  It is known for publishing news, data and analysis on media and marketing.

Origin

Ad Age magazine was launched in 1930 in Chicago as a broadsheet newspaper. Back then, it was edited by Sid Bernstein. In March 2002, Ad Age acquired AdCritic.com and in January 2014, it bought BtoB, an industry trade magazine. Crain Communications based in Detroit is the parent company of Ad Age. Autoweek, Crain’s Chicago Business, Crain’s Detroit Busines, Crain’s New York Business and Automotive News are some of its sister publications.

Digital Media Presence

The website of Ad Age has several categories to cater to the interest of its readers. There are sections like marketing, advertising, digital, media, agency, data and many more. It is also present on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. “Ad Age is a global media brand focusing on curated creativity, data and analysis, people and culture, and innovation and forecasting,” it mentions on its LinkedIn page.

New York newspapers 11 Advertising Age website 1

Advertising Age Online

Advertising Age Android App

Advertising Age iOS App

12. The New York Observer

New York newspapers 12 The Observer

The New York Observer is a defunct newspaper that was published on a weekly basis on Wednesdays. Headquartered in Manhattan, New York City, its last print issue was published on November 9, 2016. After that, it became a digital newspaper, Observer.

Origin And History

The New York Observer was first published on September 22, 1987, as The Observer.  It was established by former investment banker Arthur L.Carter.  The newspaper was initially printed in the broadsheet format and later adopted the tabloid-style. In 2006, The New York Observer was acquired by Jared Kushner. Earlier, it was printed in salmon-coloured papers and switched to white paper in 2014. The newspaper was popular for publishing Candace Bushnell’s column on Manhattan’s social life that later became the base for TV series Sex and the City.

Political Stance

In 2016, The New York Observer endorsed Donald Trump. This is because Jared Kushner is the son-in-law of Donald Trump and was also his presidential campaign advisor.

Digital Media Presence

The New York Observer’s website has categories and sub-categories like arts, entertainment and innovation among others. It is also present on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

New York newspapers 12 The Observer website

The New York Observer Online

13. El Diario‎

New York newspapers 13 El Diario

El Diario Nueva York is the oldest and largest Spanish language daily published in the United States. Owned by ImpreMedia, it mainly focuses on Latin America. Published in the tabloid format, the origin of the newspaper traces back to 1913. El Diario Nueva York claims to be “the most widely read Hispanic media in New York and the second-largest newspaper in the US Latino market”.

Origin And History

El Diario Nueva York was formed through the merger of two newspapers- El Diario de Nueva York established in 1974 and a weekly La Prensa, created in 1913. The two were merged in 1963 by O. Roy Chalk. In 1981 El Diario Nueva York was sold to Gannett Company. In 1989, Carlos D. Ramirez and his investment group El Diario Associates acquired the newspaper from Gannett. In 2004, ImpreMedia was established through the merger of El Diario Nueva York and Los Angeles-based La Opinión. So far, the Spanish language daily has won several awards by the National Association of Hispanic Publications.

Digital Media Presence

El Diario Nueva York also has a website. To cater to the interest of its readers, the portal has segregated the news stories into several sections such as entertainment, sports, money, health, food, lifestyle and technology among others. It is present on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

New York newspapers 13 El Diario website

El Diario Online

El Diario ePaper

14. The Buffalo News

New York newspapers 14 The Buffalo News

The Buffalo News is a daily newspaper that covers “Buffalo to Albany, Washington D.C., and beyond”. Based in the Buffalo–Niagara Falls metropolitan area, it is currently owned by Lee Enterprises.

Origin And History

The first issue of the newspaper was published on October 11, 1880. However, its roots trace back to 1873 when it was established as a Sunday newspaper, The News by Edward Hubert Butler. From 1880, it started publishing daily editions and in 1914, it began publication from Monday to Saturday. The newspaper was owned by The Butler family until 1977 and then it was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway. Later, it began publishing two editions throughout the week. It discontinued the evening edition in October 2006. It was widely known as The Buffalo Evening News for most of the time.

Digital Media Presence

The Buffalo News also has a news portal. For the convenience of its readers, the website has categorised the news stories into several sections and sub-sections such as sports, lifestyles, obituaries, opinion and many more. It is present on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The Buffalo News even has mobile applications for both Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 14 The Buffalo News website

The Buffalo News Online

The Buffalo News ePaper

The Buffalo News Android App

The Buffalo News iOS App

15. North Jersey

New York newspapers 15 north jersey

North Jersey is the website of newspaper The Record, which is also known as The North Jersey Record and The Bergen Record. It was earlier titled The Bergen Evening Record. It serves Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Passaic County. Based in New Jersey, it is the second-largest circulated daily of the state. Owned by Gannett Company, it is published in the broadsheet format.

Origin And History

The first issue of the newspaper was published on June 5, 1895. It was founded by Evan G. Runner and was initially titled The Evening Record. Later in 1922, it was renamed The Bergen Evening Record. From 1930 to 2016, the newspaper was owned by the Borg family. Later, the family established North Jersey Media Group.

Digital Media Presence

North Jersey has several categories to cater to the interest of its audience. It has sections such as news, local, sports, elections, obituaries. It is available on Facebook and Twitter. North Jersey even has mobile application for both Android and iOS devices.

After terrorist attacks on World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, The Record’s photographer Thomas E. Franklin captured a photo of “three firefighters raising an American flag over the rubble of what had been the World Trade Center”. It went on to become an iconic photo known as Raising the Flag at Ground Zero.

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North Jersey Online

North Jersey ePaper

North Jersey Android App

North Jersey iOS App

16. Times Union

Times Union is a daily newspaper published in the broadsheet format. Owned by Hearst Communications, the newspaper serves Albany and its suburbs. Throughout its history, it underwent multiple mergers and changes in ownerships. On its Facebook page, Times Union claims to be “the leading newspaper in New York’s Capital Region, with a focus on local news and watchdog reporting, particularly on state government and politics”.

Origin And History

Established in 1856 as The Morning Times, it was a daily newspaper based in Albany. It was renamed Times-Union by 1891. Times Union got acquired by William Randolph Hearst in 1924. In 1988, its sister newspaper Knickerbocker News merged with it.

Digital Media Presence

Times Union also has a news portal that was launched in 1996. To cater to the interest of its readers, the website has segregated the news stories and articles into different sections such as sports, business, obituaries, cars and many more. It is available on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Times Union even offers mobile application for both Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 16 Albany Times Union website

Albany Times Union Online

Albany Times Union ePaper

Albany Times Union Android App

Albany Times Union iOS App

17. The Jewish Daily Forward

The Forward is a newspaper published in the Yiddish language. It serves the Jewish-American community in the United States. Established as a daily socialist newspaper, its first issue appeared on April 22, 1897. The newspaper was earlier known as The Jewish Daily Forward.

Origin And History

Owned by Forward Association, the newspaper was established by a group of 50 Yiddish-speaking socialists. It is considered the successor to a weekly newspaper Di Arbeter Tsaytung (The Workman’s Paper), founded in 1890. It was New York’s first Yiddish-language socialist newspaper. Louis Miller and Abraham Cahan are founding fathers of The Forward.

In 2016, the Yiddish language edition became a monthly publication from a bi-weekly newspaper. After a year, the weekly English language edition followed the suit. The English language edition was launched as a weekly newspaper in 1990. To launch the English version, the company “sold its FM radio station.”

On January 17, 2019, The Forward made an announcement to cease its print publication and said that it would continue only online versions of English and Yiddish editions.

Digital Media Presence

The Forward’s website has sections such as news, culture, opinion and life among others. It is also available on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. “Today, with our digital and print editions in both English and Yiddish, the Forward reaches more than 1.8 million average monthly user,” it claims.

New York newspapers 17 The Jewish Daily Forward website

The Jewish Daily Forward Online

18. Staten Island Advance

New York newspapers 18 Staten Island Advance

Staten Island Advance is a daily newspaper published in the broadsheet format. It is circulated across Staten Island. It is the only daily newspaper to be published in the borough of Staten Island in New York City. “Staten Island Media Group is an innovative, data-driven marketing agency and the leading source for news and information on Staten Island,” it describes itself.

Origin And History

The newspaper was established in 1886 by John J. Crawford and businessman James C. Kennedy. It was initially known as the Richmond County Advance. It was renamed Daily Advance before it got its current name. When the daily was launched, it had nine competitors in Staten Island. However, gradually, it surpassed the circulation of all the nine dailies. In 1922, Staten Island Advance was acquired by Samuel Irving Newhouse Sr.

Parent Company

Owned by Advance Local, a part of Advance Publications, it is the flagship publication of the company. SILive.com, a website and a weekly shopper, the Market Place are its sister publications. Condé Nast, Parade Media Group, Fairchild Fashion Group and American City Business Journals are also part of Advance Publications.

Digital Media Presence

Staten Island Advance also has a website with sections such as sports, life food/dining, sports, entertainment and real estate among others. It even has mobile app for both Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 18 Staten Island Advance website

Staten Island Advance Online

Staten Island Advance iOS App

19. The Journal News

The Journal News is a newspaper based in New York. It serves Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam counties, a region called Lower Hudson Valley. It is owned by Gannett. “The company evolved from daily and weekly newspapers, the oldest of which traces its start to 1829,” it mentions on its Facebook page.

Origin And History

The Journal News was established through merger of multiple community newspapers that served three counties. Before Gannett’s acquisition, these local newspapers were launched, merged and reorganised for 130 years. It got its current name from the Rockland Journal-News based in West Nyack. The Reporter Dispatch, Herald Statesman and Rockland Journal-News were major newspapers among the ten dailies that were collaborated to create The Journal News. Others were Daily Argus, Standard Star, Reporter Dispatch, Daily Times, Daily News, Daily Item and Putnam Reporter Dispatch. On October 12, 1998, Gannett combined the newspapers to form a single comprehensive newspaper, The Journal News.

Digital News Presence

The Journal News also has a news portal with sections such as sports, food, obituaries and many more. Besides having mobile app, it is also available on Facebook and Twitter.

New York newspapers 19 The Journal News website

The Journal News Online

The Journal News ePaper

The Journal News Android App

The Journal News iOS App

20. Democrat and Chronicle

New York newspapers 20 Democrat and Chronicle

Democrat and Chronicle is a daily newspaper that serves greater Rochester, New York. Owned by Gannett since 1928, its production facility is located in Greece, a town in New York. Published in the broadsheet format, it is the only newspaper in circulation in Rochester. From 1928 to 1985, it was the flagship publication of Gannett.

Origin And History

The first issue of the newspaper was published in 1883 as The Balance. Later, it came to be known as Daily Democrat. After it merged with Chronicle in 1870, the newspaper was renamed Democrat and Chronicle. In 1997, its evening sister newspaper Rochester Times-Union was merged into the Democrat and Chronicle. They operated from the same building since 1950 and had even merged staffs in 1992.

Controversy

A former paperboy sued Democrat and Chronicle and its parent company Gannett in October 2019. According to Wikipedia, he “accused the newspaper of enabling a former district manager to sexually abuse him in the 1980s”. There were four more cases in early 2020 followed by two more suits against the company for child sex abuse in September 2020.

Digital Media Presence

Democrat and Chronicle also has a website with multiple sections. It is available on Facebook and Twitter. It even has mobile application for Android and iOS devices.

New York newspapers 20 Democrat and Chronicle website

Democrat and Chronicle Online

Democrat and Chronicle ePaper

Democrat and Chronicle Android App

Democrat and Chronicle iOS App

21. American Banker

American Banker is a defunct daily newspaper and a website based in Manhattan. Covering finance, the newspaper was established in 1836. Published five days a week, it ceased operations of its print issue in January 2016. American Banker is often mistaken to be the American Bankers Association and other trade groups. However, it is not affiliated with any banking company.

Origin And History

American Banker was founded by financier John Thompson as Thompson’s Bank Note Reporter and later renamed Thomson’s Bank-Note and Commercial Reporter. In 1885, it was acquired by Anthony Stumpf and Charles David Steurer. The duo renamed it The American Banker. “The” was dropped from the title in 1899. The website of American Banker has sections such as leaders, policy & regulation, community baking, credit unions and many more.

New York newspapers 21 American Banker website

American Banker Online

American Banker ePaper

22. The Post-Star

New York newspapers 22 The Post Star

The Post-Star, owned by Lee Enterprises, is a daily published in the broadsheet style. The newspaper serves Warren, Washington and Saratoga counties and the cities of Glens Falls and Saratoga Springs. The Post-Star is the only daily newspaper in Warren County. The Saratogian of Saratoga and Times Union of Albany are its competitors.

Origin And History

It was established in 1904 as The Morning Post. In 1909, The Morning Star was acquired and merged with The Morning Post to form The Post-Star. In 1971, Arthur Irving Sr. sold the newspaper to Howard Publications. Since February 12, 2002, it is being controlled by Lee. The Post-Star won its first Pulitzer Prize on April 20, 2009,

Digital Media Presence

The Post-Star’s website has several sections including lifestyle and entertainment among others. It is also present on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

New York newspapers 22 The Post Star website

The Post-Star Online

The Post-Star ePaper

The Post-Star Android App

The Post-Star iOS App

23. Crain’s New York Business

New York newspapers 23 Crains New York Business

Crain’s New York Business is a business newspaper. It covers advertising and marketing, media and entertainment, politics, banking, economy, education, hospitality and tourism, health care and several other topics. Advertising Age, Automotive News and Modern Healthcare are among its sister publications

Parent Company And Website

It is owned by Detroit based Crain Communications Inc., founded by Gustavus Dedman. Established in 1916, it was based in Louisville, Kentucky. Crain’s New York Business also has a news portal with sections such as data & lists, special features, real estate and health pulse among others.

New York newspapers 23 Crains New York Business website

Crain’s New York Business Online

Crain’s New York Business ePaper

Crain’s New York Business iOS App

24. Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA)

The Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) is an international wire service and news agency providing information to the Jewish community media across the world. Managed by an independent board of directors, it is a not-for-profit organisation. It does not endorse any branch of Judaism or any political ideologies, JTA claims. Jewish Telegraphic Agency also has a website. It is present on all major social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

Origin And History

Jewish Telegraphic Agency was launched on February 6, 1917 by Jacob Landau. It was created as the Jewish Correspondence Bureau in The Hague. It shifted to London in 1919. In 1922, the renamed Jewish Telegraphic Agency set up its headquarters in New York City. More than 400 Jewish and other newspapers had subscribed to the agency by 1925. Currently, it has correspondents across the world including Jerusalem, Moscow, Israel, Europe, Africa and Australia.

New York newspapers 24 Jewish Telegraphic Agency website

Jewish Telegraphic Agency Online

25. AM New York Metro

New York newspapers 25 AM New York Metro

AM New York is a daily newspaper circulated free of cost in morning. Based in New York City, it is owned by Schneps Media since 2019. It was the first daily newspaper in New York City that was distributed for free.

Origin And History

Founded by Russel Pergament, the first issue of AM New York appeared on October 10, 2003. In July 2008, Tribune Company sold AM New York and Newsday to Cablevision. After acquisition by Schneps Media from Newsday Media Group, in January 2020, it was merged with Metro New York to form AM New York Metro. The Villager, Long Island Press, Gay City News and Metro Philadelphia are its sister publications. AM New York also has a website.

New York newspapers 25 AM New York Metro website

AM New York Metro Online

AM New York Metro ePaper

AM New York Metro Android App

AM New York Metro iOS App

26. The Village Voice

New York newspapers 26 The Village Voice

The Village Voice is an alternative weekly based in New York. Published in the tabloid format, it basically covers news and culture. It is the first alternative newsweekly of the United States. The Village Voice has received three Pulitzer Prizes so far.

Origin And History

The first issue of The Village Voice appeared on October 26, 1955. Founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher, John Wilcock, and Norman Mailer, The Village Voice ceased print operations in 2017. However, its online archives remained functional until August 31, 2018. In January 2021, the website was active again and in April 2021, the print edition started appearing on a quarterly basis after a change in ownership. The last print issue of The Village Voice on September 21, 2017, featured a 1965 photo of Bob Dylan on the cover.

New York newspapers 26 The Village Voice website

The Village Voice Online

27. Times Herald-Record

New York newspapers 27 Times Herald Record

The Times Herald-Record is a daily newspaper published in the tabloid format in Middletown, New York. Owned by Gannett, it was founded as Middletown Daily Record on July 30, 1956. The daily was established by Jacob M. Kaplan. Times Herald-Record also has a news portal with sections such as food, opinion, life, sports and many more. It is available on Facebook and Twitter as well.

Bureaus And Circulation

It serves Orange, Sullivan and Ulster counties in New York; Sussex County in New Jersey and Pike County in Pennsylvania. It has three bureaus- Middletown, Kingston and Monticello. While staff in Middletown bureau covers Orange and Pike counties, Kingston is responsible for Ulster County and Monticello covers Sullivan County.

New York newspapers 27 Times Herald Record website

Times Herald-Record Online

Times Herald-Record ePaper

Times Herald-Record Android App

Times Herald-Record iOS App

28. The Journal of Commerce

The Journal of Commerce is an English language biweekly magazine published in New York. The first issue of the magazine appeared on September 1, 1827. The Journal of Commerce also has a website. To cater to the interest of its readers, the portal has segregated the news stories into several sections such as maritime, events, trucking, logistics, regulation, rail, technology and ports among others. It is also available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.

New York newspapers 28 The Journal of Commerce website

The Journal of Commerce Online

29. Jewish Press

New York newspapers 29 Jewish Press

The Jewish Press is a weekly newspaper published in Brooklyn, New York. It follows the tabloid format and endorses conservative ideology. It describes itself as the “largest independent weekly Jewish newspaper in the United States”.

Origin And History

The Jewish Press was established by Rabbi Sholom Klass and his father-in-law Raphael Schreiber. It was founded in September 1959, however, its first issue appeared on January 29, 1960. The Jewish Press also has a website with categories like news & views, in-depth, blogs, Judaism, radio and cartoons among others.

New York newspapers 29 Jewish Press website

Jewish Press Online

Jewish Press ePaper

Jewish Press Android App

Jewish Press iOS App

30. Algemeiner Journal

Algemeiner Journal is a weekly newspaper based in New York. Established on February 23, 1972, it is published in tabloid format. It primarily covers Jewish and Israel-related news worldwide. Algemeiner Journal was founded by Gershon Jacobson. It also has a news website with categories such as world, Israel, Middle East, opinion, culture and features among others. Algemeiner Journal is present on Facebook and Twitter as well.

New York newspapers 30 Algemeiner Journal website

Algemeiner Journal Online

Algemeiner Journal ePaper

Algemeiner Journal Android App

Algemeiner Journal iOS App

31. Rochester News

Rochester First is a website of WROC-TV, the oldest television station in Rochester. It was launched on June 11, 1949. The portal has different sections to cater to the interest of its readers. There are categories like weather, sports, lifestyle and jobs among others. It also has mobile app for Android and iOS devices. Rochester First is even present on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

New York newspapers 31 Rochester News website

Rochester News Online

Rochester News Android App

Rochester News iOS App

32. Finger Lakes Times

New York newspapers 32 Finger Lakes Times

Finger Lakes Times is a newspaper launched in 1895. It has a website with categories such as news, sports, business, living, opinion and events among others. It is also present on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Finger Lakes Times also publishes a local magazine, Happenings.

New York newspapers 32 Finger Lakes Times website

Finger Lakes Times Online

Finger Lakes Times ePaper

33. The Queens Courier

New York newspapers 33 The Queens Courier

The Queens Courier is a weekly community newspaper that serves the borough of Queens, New York. Established in 1985, it is currently owned by Schneps Communications. QNS.com is its website. The news portal has categories like things to do, real estate, coronavirus and news among others. The Queens Courier is available on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. El Correo de Queens, Healthwise Magazine, Aspire College Magazine and Queens Business Today are some of its sister publications.

New York newspapers 33 The Queens Courier website

The Queens Courier Online

34. Metro New York

Metro New York is a daily newspaper based in New York City. The first issue of the newspaper was published on May 5, 2004. It was distributed free of cost. The newspaper ceased publication on January 6, 2020. Schneps Media acquired the daily along with Metro Philadelphia to form AM New York Metro. It also has a website and is present on Facebook, Twitter as well as Instagram.

New York newspapers 34 Metro New York website

Metro New York Online

35. Observer Dispatch

New York newspapers 35 Observer Dispatch

Observer-Dispatch is a daily newspaper published in the broadsheet format. Owned by Gannett, it was launched in 1817 as Utica Observer. The newspaper was founded by Eliasaph Dorchester and serves Utica-Rome metropolitan area in Central New York. It became a daily from weekly in 1848. The newspaper got its current name in 1922. Observer-Dispatch launched its web portal in January 2000.

New York newspapers 35 Observer Dispatch website

Observer Dispatch Online

Observer Dispatch ePaper

Observer Dispatch Android App

Observer Dispatch iOS App

36. The Citizen

The Citizen, which is also known as The Auburn Citizen, is a daily broadsheet newspaper. Owned by Lee Enterprises, it serves Cayuga County besides parts of the greater Central New York area. Its origin goes back to 1816. Earlier, it was known as The Citizen-Advertiser and The Daily Advertiser among other names. Until 2008, it was an afternoon newspaper, after which it became a morning publication. The Citizen is published six days a week except for Monday.

New York newspapers 36 The Citizen website

The Citizen Online

The Citizen ePaper

The Citizen Android App

The Citizen iOS App

37. Nowy Dziennik‎

New York newspapers 37 Nowy Dziennik

Nowy Dziennik is a newspaper published in the Polish language. Based in New York City, it appears six days a week. Owned by Outwater Media Group, its first issue appeared on February 27, 1971. Founded by Bolesław Wierzbiański, it caters to the interest of Polish diaspora. Nowy Dziennik also has a website.

New York newspapers 37 Nowy Dziennik website

Nowy Dziennik Online

38. Hamodia

Hamodia, based in New York City, is an English language edition of the Hebrew newspaper published in Jerusalem with the same name. It was launched on February 27, 1998, as a weekly newspaper. On December 15, 2003, it went on to become a daily publication. It is published five days a week except for Saturday and Sunday. In the United States, it prints both weekly and daily editions. Hamodia also has a website with sections such as Israel, community, world, regional and many more.

New York newspapers 38 Hamodia website

Hamodia Online

Hamodia ePaper

Hamodia Android App

39. Cornell Daily Sun

New York newspapers 39 Cornell Daily Sun

The Cornell Daily Sun is a daily newspaper published by the students of Cornell University. It was established in 1880 by William Ballard Hoyt to counter the leading weekly of Cornell- Cornell Era. Published in the tabloid format, it appears on weekdays. Independent of the university, The Cornell Daily Sun is distributed free of cost in the campus.

New York newspapers 39 Cornell Daily Sun website

Cornell Daily Sun Online

Cornell Daily Sun iOS App

40. The Daily Freeman

New York newspapers 40 The Daily Freeman

Daily Freeman is a morning newspaper published seven days a week. It serves Ulster County alongside parts of Greene and Columbia counties and Northern Dutchess County. Established in 1871 as Rondout Daily Freeman, it is currently owned by 21st-Century Media, a part of Digital First Media. Daily Freeman also has a website with sections like news, sports, obituaries and opinion among others. It is present on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

New York newspapers 40 The Daily Freeman website

The Daily Freeman Online

The Daily Freeman ePaper

The Daily Freeman Android App

The Daily Freeman iOS App

41. The Daily Gazette

New York newspapers 41 The Daily Gazette

The Daily Gazette is a daily newspaper based in Schenectady, New York. Published in the broadsheet format, it was established in 1894 as a weekly newspaper. The Daily Gazette was founded by the Marlette family. In 2019, Amsterdam Recorder, Courier-Standard-Enterprise and Fulton County Express merged with the newspaper. The Daily Gazette also has a news website.

New York newspapers 41 The Daily Gazette website

The Daily Gazette Online

The Daily Gazette ePaper

42. Olean Times-Herald

New York newspapers 42 Olean Times Herald

Olean Times Herald is a newspaper published on a daily basis in Olean, New York. It serves western Twin Tiers region. It is one of the few existing afternoon newspapers in the United States. Published six days a week, it was founded in 1860. Olean Times Herald is the flagship publication of Bradford Publishing Co. which is now owned by Community Media Group.

New York newspapers 42 Olean Times Herald website

Olean Times-Herald Online

Olean Times-Herald ePaper

43. Long Island Business News

Long Island Business News (LIBN) is a weekly newspaper owned by Gannett. Established in 1953, it is circulated in Nassau and Suffolk counties. It was initially known as Long Island Commercial Review. The newspaper was founded by Arthur Hug and the husband-and-wife team of Peg and John Whitmore. Long Island Business News also has a website.

New York newspapers 43 Long Island Business News website

Long Island Business News Online

Long Island Business News ePaper

44. The Evening Tribune

New York newspapers 44 The Evening Tribune

The Evening Tribune is a daily newspaper published in Hornell, New York. Its first issue appeared on December 29, 1872. The newspaper was initially titled Hornellsville Evening Tribune. The Evening Tribune also has a portal with sections like entertainment, lifestyle, obituaries and opinion among others. It is even available on Facebook and Twitter.

New York newspapers 44 The Evening Tribune website

The Evening Tribune Online

The Evening Tribune ePaper

The Evening Tribune Android App

The Evening Tribune iOS App

45. Brooklyn Eagle

Brooklyn Daily Eagle is a newspaper published five days a week. Its motto is “All Brooklyn All the Time.” The origin of Brooklyn Daily Eagle goes back to 1841. It claims to be the “only daily devoted exclusively to Brooklyn”. Brooklyn Daily Eagle also has a website with categories like legal, real estate, history, sports and opinions among others. It is also available on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

New York newspapers 45 Brooklyn Eagle website

Brooklyn Eagle Online

Brooklyn Eagle ePaper

46. Rome Sentinel Online

New York newspapers 46 Rome Sentinel Online

Rome Daily Sentinel is a daily newspaper serving Rome and Oneida County. Its origin goes back to the 1820s, however, it started daily publication from December 19. 1881. Rome Daily Sentinel also has a website with sections such as sports, living, obituaries and classified among others. It is also available on Facebook and Twitter.

New York newspapers 46 Rome Sentinel Online website

Rome Sentinel Online Online

47. News784

News784 is an online daily newspaper. It was launched on November 1, 2015. News784 serves St Vincent and the Grenadines. The website has categories such as national, Caribbean, world, crime and business among others. It is also present on Facebook and Twitter.

New York newspapers 47 News784 website

News784 Online

News784 Android App

News784 iOS App

48. The National Herald

The National Herald is a weekly newspaper published in the English language. Its target audience is Greek-American community. Founded in 1997 by Antonis H. Diamataris, it is the sister publication of Ethnikos Kyrix, a Greek language American newspaper.

The National Herald also has a website that was launched in 2004. It is available on all major social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.

New York newspapers 48 The National Herald website

The National Herald Online

The National Herald ePaper

The National Herald Android App

49. Business Travel News

New York newspapers 49 Business Travel News

Business Travel News is a newspaper based in New York. It provides news, analysis and research to its readers. Published on a monthly basis, it has “six annual research issues including the Business Travel Buyer’s Handbook, Corporate Travel Index, Corporate Travel 100 and more”.

Owned by BTN Group, Business Travel News Europe, Travel Procurement and The Beat are its sister publications. Business Travel News also has a website with sections such as webinars, resources and research among others. It is present on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as well. 

New York newspapers 49 Business Travel News website

Business Travel News Online

Business Travel News ePaper

50. Daily News

Daily News is a news website in the English language. For the convenience of its readers, the portal has segregated the news stories into several sections such as business, education, entertainment, sports, technology, health, lifestyle and politics among others.

New York newspapers 50 Daily News website

Daily News Online

51. Long Island Press

Long Island Press is a monthly periodical that serves Long Island. Established in 2003 by Jed Morey, it covers news and lifestyle. Distributed free of cost, it is published in tabloid format. Long Island Press was acquired by Schneps Communications in April 2017. It also has a website with multiple sections. Long Island Press is also available on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

New York newspapers 51 Long Island Press website

Long Island Press Online

52. Artvoice

Artvoice is a website owned by Frank Parlato. It was launched in 1990 as a weekly publication distributed free of cost. Founded by Jamie Moses, Artvoice is based in Buffalo, New York. The portal was launched in 1996. There was a change in ownership in 2015. It merged with Niagara Falls Reporter. The print issue of Artvoice ceased its operation in May 2017.

New York newspapers 52 Buffalo Artvoice website

Buffalo Artvoice Online

Buffalo Artvoice ePaper

53. The Poughkeepsie Journal

New York newspapers 53 The Poughkeepsie Journal scaled

Poughkeepsie Journal is a daily newspaper published in the broadsheet format in Poughkeepsie, New York. Established in 1785, it is the second-oldest newspaper in the U.S and oldest in New York state. It primarily covers Mid-Hudson Valley. It became a daily newspaper in 1860. It is owned by Gannett since 1977. Poughkeepsie Journal also has a website with sections such as sports, life, opinion, obituaries and many more. It is even present on Facebook and Twitter.

New York newspapers 53 The Poughkeepsie Journal website

The Poughkeepsie Journal Online

The Poughkeepsie Journal ePaper

The Poughkeepsie Journal Android App

The Poughkeepsie Journal iOS App

54. North Country Now

North Country Now is a news website based in Potsdam, New York. Published in the English language, it has multiple categories to cater to the interest of its readers. North Country Now has sections such as news, classifieds, entertainment, opinion and sports among others.

New York newspapers 54 North Country Now website

North Country Now Online

55. Times Review

Times Review is a media group that publishes The Suffolk Times, Riverhead News – Review, Shelter Island Reporter and Northforker magazines and website. It all began in 1857 when The Suffolk Times started publishing as a weekly newspaper. “Our coverage area stretches from Wading River along the entire North Fork to include Riverhead, Southold and Shelter Island,” Times Review mentions on its LinkedIn page.

New York newspapers 55 Times Review website

Times Review Online

56. Press & Sun-Bulletin

New York newspapers 56 Press Sun Bulletin

Press & Sun-Bulletin is a daily newspaper owned by Gannett. Published in the Berliner format, it serves Binghamton, New York and the adjoining areas. Press & Sun-Bulletin was established in 1985 through the merger of The Evening Press and The Sun-Bulletin.

New York newspapers 56 Press Sun Bulletin website

Press & Sun-Bulletin Online

Press & Sun-Bulletin ePaper

Press & Sun-Bulletin Android App

Press & Sun-Bulletin iOS App

57. The Post-Journal

New York newspapers 57 The Post Journal

The Post-Journal, owned by Ogden Newspapers Inc., is a daily newspaper published in the broadsheet format. Established in 1826, it is published six days a week.

Warren Times-Observer and the Dunkirk Observer are its sister publications. The Post-Journal has a website with categories like obituaries, sports, opinion and life among others. It is also present on Facebook and Twitter.

New York newspapers 57 The Post Journal website

The Post-Journal Online

The Post-Journal ePaper

The Post-Journal Android App

The Post-Journal iOS App

58. Watertown Daily Times

New York newspapers 58 Watertown Daily Times

Watertown Daily Times is a daily newspaper owned by Johnson Newspaper Corporation. Published in the Berliner format, it appears six days a week except for Monday. The daily was established in 1861. Based in Watertown, it covers Jefferson County, Lewis County, St. Lawrence County and Oswego County. Watertown Daily Times also has a news portal.

New York newspapers 58 Watertown Daily Times website

Watertown Daily Times Online

Watertown Daily Times ePaper

Watertown Daily Times iOS App

59. The Daily News

The Daily News is a broadsheet daily published six days a week. Owned by Johnson Newspaper Corporation, its first issue appeared on June 25, 1878. Earlier, it was titled The Batavia Daily News and Daily Morning News. Published from Genesee County, it serves Batavia, New York. The Daily News also has a website.

New York newspapers 59 The Daily News website

The Daily News Online

The Daily News ePaper

60. Daily Messenger

New York newspapers 60 Daily Messenger

Daily Messenger is a broadsheet newspaper published daily in Canandaigua, New York. Owned by Gannett, it is published in the afternoon. Daily Messenger covers entire Ontario County. Its origin goes back to 1806 when it was published as Genesee Messenger. After being renamed several times, it got its current name in the 1910s. Daily Messenger also has a news portal.

New York newspapers 60 Daily Messenger website

Daily Messenger Online

Daily Messenger ePaper

Daily Messenger Android App

Daily Messenger iOS App

61. Westfair

New York newspapers 61 westfaironline

Westfair or Westfair Business Publications is a private publishing firm. It publishes business newspapers on a weekly basis. It publishes Westchester County Business Journal with HV Biz (Hudson Valley Business) in New York and Fairfield County Business Journal in Connecticut. Headquartered in White Plains, New York, Westfair was established by David Moore. It also has a website and is present on major social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.

New York newspapers 61 westfaironline website

West Fair Online Online

62. Ithaca Times

New York newspapers 62 Ithaca Times

Ithaca Times is a weekly alternative newspaper published in tabloid style. Owned by Newski Inc., it was established on August 31, 1972. It was initially known as Ithaca New Time. Serving Ithaca, the newspaper is published on Wednesdays. It merged with Good Times Gazette in late 1977 to become Ithaca Times. The first issue after the merger was published for June 22/28, 1978. Ithaca Times also has a news portal.

New York newspapers 62 Ithaca Times website

Ithaca Times Online

63. Niagara Gazette

New York newspapers 63 Niagara Gazette

Niagara Gazette is a daily newspaper published in morning. Owned by Community Newspaper Holdings Inc., it is published in Niagara Falls. The newspaper covers parts of Niagara County. Its first issue appeared in 1854 as Niagara Falls Gazette. From 1954 to 1997, Niagara Gazette was owned by Gannett. It also has a news portal.

New York newspapers 63 Niagara Gazette website

Niagara Gazette Online

Niagara Gazette ePaper

Niagara Gazette Android App

Niagara Gazette iOS App

64. Columbia Daily Spectator

Columbia Daily Spectator is a student newspaper of Columbia University. Published on a weekly basis, it was established in 1877. Since 1962, it operates independently. Besides being a campus newspaper, it also has circulation across the Morningside Heights neighborhood. Columbia Daily Spectator also has a website.

New York newspapers 64 Columbia Daily Spectator website

Columbia Daily Spectator Online

65. New York Amsterdam News

New York newspapers 65 New York Amsterdam News

The Amsterdam News, which is popularly known as New York Amsterdam News, is a weekly paper of New York. It primarily serves the African American community of the United States. Prominent people from the community like W. E. B. Du Bois, Adam Clayton and Powell Jr have written columns for the paper in the past.

New York newspapers 65 New York Amsterdam News website

New York Amsterdam News Online

66. Jewish Week

The Jewish Week is a community paper that publishes on a weekly basis for the Jewish community of New York. The Jewish Week partnered with The Times of Israel for its online operations in March 2016. New Jersey Jewish News acquired the newspaper and its website in 2016.

New York newspapers 66 Jewish Week website

Jewish Week Online

67. Buffalo Business First

Buffalo Business First is a financial newspaper based in Buffalo city of New York state. It is part of the American City Business Journals, Inc. (ACBJ). Commercial Real Estate, Banking, Technology, Health Care, Residential Real Estate, Education, Events and 30 Under 30 are among the sections of its website.

New York newspapers 67 Buffalo Business First website

Buffalo Business First Online

Buffalo Business First ePaper

Buffalo Business First iOS App

68. The New York Law Journal

The New York Law Journal is a law-related periodical that has been serving New York since 1888. It is available from Monday to Friday and covers all civil and criminal cases from New York and its federal courts. The First and Second Judicial Departments use The New York Law Journal for its official record.

New York newspapers 68 The New York Law Journal website

The New York Law Journal Online

69. The New York Sun

The New York Sun was a Manhattan-based newspaper. It published from 2002 to 2008. Now, The New York Sun operates as a news website with sections like Sustaining Members, News, Editorials, Arts+ and Mailing List among others.

New York newspapers 69 The New York Sun website

The New York Sun Online

70. Adirondack Daily Enterprise

New York newspapers 70 Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Adirondack Daily Enterprise is a Saranac Lake-based newspaper of New York. It has a website as well with news sections like Sports, Opinion, Obituaries, Classifieds, Jobs, Garage, Sales, Calendar, Guides and Archive among others.

New York newspapers 70 Adirondack Daily Enterprise website

Adirondack Daily Enterprise Online

71. US Bangla News

US Bangla News is a Bangla language news website based in New York, United States. For the convenience of its readers, US Bangla News publishes news in sections like Lifestyle, National, World News, Funny News, Popular News and Video News among others.

New York newspapers 71 US Bangla News website

US Bangla News Online

72. Ithaca Journal

The Ithaca Journal is a New York daily that is locally publishes from Monday to Saturday in Johnson City. Gannett has been owning and operating the newspaper since 1912. Sports, Business, Go!, Obituaries, E-Edition, Elections and Legals are among the sections of news on The Ithaca Journal’s website.

New York newspapers 72 Ithaca Journal website

Ithaca Journal Online

Ithaca Journal ePaper

Ithaca Journal Android App

Ithaca Journal iOS App

73. Mid-Hudson News

Mid-Hudson News is a news website based in Hudson Valley of New York. It is owned by Statewide News Network, Inc. News, COVID-19, Healthcare, Community, Obituaries, Weather and Podcast are among the sections of the website.

New York newspapers 73 Mid Hudson News website

Mid-Hudson News Online

74. Press-Republican

New York newspapers 74 Press Republican

The Press-Republican is a Plattsburgh-based newspaper that publishes from Tuesday to Saturday in New York. Community Newspaper Holdings Inc., which is part of the Retirement Systems of Alabama, owns the newspaper. E-Paper, Local Events, Celebrations, Obituaries and Public Notices are among the sections of its website.

New York newspapers 74 Press Republican website

Press-Republican Online

Press-Republican ePaper

Press-Republican Android App

Press-Republican iOS App

75. The Buffalo News

New York newspapers 75 The Buffalo News

The Buffalo News is a newspaper for the coverage of the Buffalo–Niagara Falls metropolitan area of New York. Berkshire Hathaway of Warren Buffett owned the daily newspaper for over decades before selling it to Lee Enterprises on January 29, 2020.

New York newspapers 75 The Buffalo News website

The Buffalo News Online

The Buffalo News ePaper

The Buffalo News Android App

The Buffalo News iOS App

76. The Saratogian

New York newspapers 76 The Saratogian

The Saratogian is a Saratoga Springs-based newspaper of New York. The daily paper was started in 1855 under the title of The Daily Saratogian. In 1910, the paper got its current name. News, Sports, Life and Entertainment, Obituaries, Opinion and Blotter are among the sections of its website.

New York newspapers 76 The Saratogian website

The Saratogian Online

The Saratogian ePaper

The Saratogian Android App

The Saratogian iOS App

77. Brooklyn Rail

The Brooklyn Rail is a monthly magazine that covers all news related to culture, arts, humanities and politics in New York. With its base in Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Rail also publishes critical essays on the government policies, besides featuring fiction and poetry.

New York newspapers 77 Brooklyn Rail website

Brooklyn Rail Online

78. Gotham Gazette

The Gotham Gazette is a news website owned and operated by the Citizens Union Foundation of the City of New York. The website acts as watchdog and reviews the policies of the New York City Government. The Gotham Gazette was established in 1999.

New York newspapers 78 Gotham Gazette website

Gotham Gazette Online

79. The Daily Star

New York newspapers 79 The Daily Star

The Daily Star is an Oneonta-based newspaper of New York. Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. owns the daily paper along with a weekly newspaper, Cooperstown Crier. Until 2006, the newspaper was owned by Ottaway Community Newspapers.

New York newspapers 79 The Daily Star website

The Daily Star Online

The Daily Star ePaper

80. Cedar News

Cedar News is an Arabic language news website with its base in New York City. Lebanon, People’s Tales, The World, Technology, Arts and Health are among the sections of news on the Cedar News’ website. One can follow Cedar News on Facebook and Twitter for regular news updates.

New York newspapers 80 Cedar News website

Cedar News Online

81. The Observer

New York newspapers 81 The Observer

The Observer is a Dunkirk-based newspaper that primarily serves the residents of northern Chautauqua and northwestern Cattaraugus counties. Initially an afternoon paper, The Observer used to publish under the title of Dunkirk Evening Observer and Evening Observer in the past.

New York newspapers 81 The Observer website

The Observer Online

The Observer ePaper

The Observer Android App

82. Rochester Business Journal

New York newspapers 82 Rochester Business Journal

The Rochester Business Journal is a business newspaper and website based in New York. According to Crunchbase, the publication serves over 81,000 area executives and promotes the business growth in Western New York. The Rochester Business Journal was established in 1987, according to its Facebook page.

New York newspapers 82 Rochester Business Journal website

Rochester Business Journal Online

Rochester Business Journal ePaper

83. The Register Star

New York newspapers 83 Hudson Register Star

The Register Star is a Hudson-based daily newspaper of New York that publishes all news related to Columbia County. News, Opinion, Obituaries, Sports, Arts & Life, Daily Updates, Jobs and Pumpkin Walk Contest are among the sections of The Register Star’s website.

New York newspapers 83 Hudson Register Star website

Hudson Register Star Online

Hudson Register Star ePaper

Hudson Register Star Android App

Hudson Register Star iOS App

84. The Record

Record, which is popularly known as Troy Record, is a newspaper that has been serving the city of Troy since 1896. The MediaNews Group’s 21st Century Media owns the daily newspaper. News, Sports, Life and Entertainment, Obituaries, Opinion and Blotter are among the sections of its website.

New York newspapers 84 Troy Record website

Troy Record Online

Troy Record ePaper

Troy Record Android App

Troy Record iOS App

85. East Hampton Star

The East Hampton Star is an East Hampton-based newspaper of New York that publishes on a weekly basis. The Thursday paper is owned by a family from East Hampton Town, which is now rare in the United States.

New York newspapers 85 East Hampton Star website

East Hampton Star Online

East Hampton Star ePaper

86. The Telegram

New York newspapers 86 The Evening Telegram

The Telegram is a Herkimer-based newspaper of New York. Gannett owns the publication, which was formerly known as The Evening Telegram. Besides Herkimer village, the daily newspaper also publishes news related to Frankfort, Ilion and Mohawk villages.

New York newspapers 86 The Evening Telegram website

The Evening Telegram Online

The Evening Telegram ePaper

87. Elmira Star-Gazette

New York newspapers 87 Elmira Star Gazette

The Star-Gazette is an Elmira-based newspaper owned by Gannett in New York. In 1828, the newspaper was started as a weekly under the title of Elmira Gazette. The Star-Gazette became an evening daily in 1856 and resumed morning publication in 1982.

New York newspapers 87 Elmira Star Gazette website

Elmira Star-Gazette Online

Elmira Star-Gazette ePaper

Elmira Star-Gazette Android App

Elmira Star-Gazette iOS App

88. Leader Herald

New York newspapers 88 Leader Herald

The Leader Herald is a New York-based newspaper that primarily serves the Fulton County along with Hamilton and Montgomery counties. The headquarters of the daily newspaper are in Gloversville. The Leader Herald claims to serve over 5000 subscribers and more than 12,500 daily readers.

New York newspapers 88 Leader Herald website

Leader Herald Online

Leader Herald ePaper

Leader Herald Android App

Leader Herald iOS App

89. Recorder

Recorder, which is popularly known as Amsterdam Recorder, is an Amsterdam-based newspaper that serves the Montgomery County area of the state of New York. News, Sports, Lifestyle, Opinion, Obits, Police, Special Sections and Weather are among sections of the Recorder’s website.

New York newspapers 89 Recorder website

Recorder Online

Recorder ePaper

90. Albany Spotlight News

The Spotlight Newspapers is weekly tabloid newspaper of New York. It is a merger of three suburban community newspapers. The Spotlight was the foundation publication of the group tabloid and it was started publishing in 1955.

New York newspapers 90 Albany Spotlight News website

Albany Spotlight News Online

91. Sag Harbor Express

New York newspapers 91 Sag Harbor

The Sag Harbor Express is a New York paper that publishes in the South Fork of Long Island on a weekly basis. The newspaper was established in 1859 to cover all news related to Sag Harbor village, East Hampton, Southampton, North Haven and Noyac.

New York newspapers 91 Sag Harbor Express website

Sag Harbor Express Online

Conclusion

The media in New York is so vast that it makes the city the media capital of the world. The media here influences the international affairs as most of the world’s important newspapers and television studios are based in New York.

Prominent Papers

Four out of the top 10 United States newspapers are published in New York. The New York Times is undoubtedly the biggest of all with a circulation of 571,500 copies across the country. The New York Post is second with a circulation of 414,254 copies, Daily News comes third with 227,352 circulation and the fourth-placed The Wall Street Journal manages an average circulation of 2.2 million copies.

The Wall Street Journal is a business newspaper but it competes with The New York Times for the rank of the most-read newspaper in the US.

Community Papers

With an average circulation of 265,000, El Diario La Prensa dominates the market of Spanish-language daily newspapers publishing in New York. According to infoplease.com, it is the oldest Spanish-language paper in the US. Some other prominent community papers of the city include The Brooklyn Daily Eagle and The Staten Island Advance.

Hoy, Metro New York and amNewYork are among the free daily newspapers of the city, which also has BKLYNER as its leading daily digital newspaper.

Online Media

New York is also leading the country in the digital evolution of media. Tumblr, which is owned by Yahoo!, is based in New York, which also has platforms like Foursquare and AOL. BuzzFeed, Gawker Media, HuffPost and Weblogs, Inc are among some of the trend setting digital publications of the city. Satirical newspaper The Onion also operated from New York between 2000 and 2012.

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