Daily News – Keep Up-To-Date With the Latest News From India and Around the World

In a time when news comes at us at a breakneck pace, it can be hard to keep up. That’s why we created Daily News to help you keep up with the important issues that affect our world. Our team of journalists has curated the top news stories from across India and around the world for you, so you can stay informed and make smart decisions.

In this video, students explore the many different ways we get our news and analyze the impact of those choices. For example, they might look at the differences between written and visual representations of the same story or consider how different historical events are presented in different mediums. Students can also discuss how the way we consume our news may influence the choices we make about what is important to us.

The Yale Daily News (YDN) is the nation’s oldest college newspaper and has been editorially and financially independent since its founding on January 28, 1878. The News publishes Monday through Friday during the academic year and serves the Yale community and New Haven. The YDN also publishes a weekly Friday supplement called WKND, the YDN Magazine, and several special editions throughout the year, including the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue, the Commencement Issue, and the First Year Issue. The YDN’s student editors, writers, and contributors have gone on to prominent careers in journalism and public service, including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Sargent Shriver, Daniel Yergin, and many others.

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In addition to its regular print edition, the Daily News offers a variety of online platforms that bring news to readers in real-time. These include a website, mobile applications, and social media channels. The Daily News’ digital products provide a unique perspective on local news and politics. The YDN’s editorial and business operations are separate from its newsroom, which is located in the historic Daily News Building.

The newspaper’s digital business has been growing rapidly, and in 2019, the YDN launched a daily digital news digest called The Week, which combines articles from a range of sources into a concise, informative package. The digest is free and is available both on the YDN’s website and as an app for Android and iOS. The YDN is also working with partners to develop other aggregation products that will provide additional context for the news and events in our communities.

The YDN’s Digital Analytics group is developing an algorithm that will aggregate individual article scores into a daily time series of news sentiment, using weights that decline geometrically with the number of days since publication. This will be a complementary tool to the existing YDN News Sentiment Index, which is published on a weekly basis in Economic Letters. See the latest News Sentiment Index here. For more information on the methodology behind the news sentiment index, see Buckman, Shelby R., Adam Hale Shapiro, and Moritz Sudhof, 2020. “Measuring News Sentiment.” FRBSF Working Paper No. 20-08 (April 6).