News articles allow students to develop their knowledge and understanding of current events. They can also be used as a way to support classroom learning and help children become more confident in their own opinions and views. Our daily news articles will provide your pupils with a variety of different perspectives and viewpoints on a range of topics and issues.
Whether you are looking for the latest news from around the world or want to discover something new and interesting about our everyday lives, we have it all. The Daily News provides a variety of information on all aspects of life from politics and the economy to science and the arts. It also features an opinion section as well as the usual city news, celebrity gossip and classified ads.
The Daily News is an American newspaper founded in 1873 in Manhattan, New York. It is the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States and remains financially and editorially independent. The paper is edited and written by students, and past editors and writers have gone on to prominent careers in journalism and public service, including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Joseph Lieberman, Paul Steiger, Sargent Shriver, and Strobe Talbott.
It can be difficult to create a daily news podcast that satisfies listeners’ demands for quality journalism and attention-grabbing content. In this series we talk to a number of publishers about the challenges they face when producing daily news podcasts and their strategies for success.
Some of the most ambitious daily news podcasts have large production teams. For example, the New York Times’ The Daily has a team of 15 people – a producer/presenter, two executive producers, several journalists, and others involved in researching the show and planning it out in advance. This allows them to cover a wide range of topics in depth and ensures that the podcast is always engaging.
For more modestly staffed podcasts, the emphasis is often on finding an original angle or approach to the news that sets it apart from competitors. This may be reflected in the choice of hosts, the style of presentation or even the inclusion of musical stings and other audio branding to establish the programme’s identity.
While patterns of listening have changed during the coronavirus lockdown, daily news podcasts appear to be holding up far better than other genres. This has accelerated plans for many publishers to launch their own daily news offerings. This is particularly true in Australia, where public broadcaster ABC has developed a deep-dive news podcast, The Signal and a successful coronavirus podcast, along with a host of short-form offerings that are linked to its most popular titles. News Corp is another big player in the country and has a growing offering of daily podcasts.