The Daily News App and News-O-Matic

Daily News

Founded in 1919, Daily News is the oldest tabloid newspaper still in circulation. Originally known as the Illustrated Daily News, it was the first daily printed in the tabloid format and is considered the premier example of this style of journalism.

The Daily News reaches a vast audience with a broad range of news, sports and entertainment. The paper is published in New York City and is part of the Tribune Company. It is also available in a digital edition. The digital version is a replica of the print edition that you can read on any device and is designed to be easily consumed by readers who prefer a digital reading experience.

With the Daily News App you can access all the top stories in one place. Get the latest in news, celebrity gossip, entertainment and sports. Plus, you can catch up on your favorite sports teams like the Yankees, Mets and Giants. You can also share your favorite stories with friends through email.

News-O-Matic is an educational resource for students in grades K through 8. Each weekday, we publish interactive news content that helps children develop 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, media literacy and global awareness. Schools use News-O-Matic articles to support a wide variety of curriculums in ELA, science and social studies.

Each article has comprehension and critical thinking questions, a background section and resources to help students understand the story. The articles are correlated to state and national standards, making it easy for teachers to align their instruction with the news.

Thousands of schools integrate News-O-Matic into their ELA, science and social studies curricula. The content is written at multiple reading levels and includes a “Read to Me” feature for students who are not reading.

Search for articles by subject and text level to find the best content for your students. You can also browse through text sets based on key topics in ELA, science and social studies.

With News-O-Matic you can access the full archive of Daily News articles published since 2013. Each article has multiple reading levels and text measures from 400L to 1000L within the Lexile Framework, and is translated into Spanish, French, Arabic and Mandarin.

In addition, every article features a ‘Read to Me’ feature that is recorded by a team of world-class translators. You can even choose to have a native speaker read it to your class.

The New York Daily News is a morning newspaper published in the United States. It was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News and is owned by the Tribune Company.