Five Daily Newspapers That Have Folded Over the Years

Daily News

Founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News, the New York Daily News was the first daily tabloid newspaper in the United States. Its circulation reached peak levels in 1947 of 2.4 million copies a day.

New York Daily News

Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News is one of the oldest and most popular newspapers in the country. The Daily News has been described as the first tabloid newspaper to hit the U.S., and was also the first to reach a circulation of two million copies a day.

The New York Daily News is published by Tribune Publishing Company, which was founded in 1908, and is one of the largest newspaper chains in the country. Its parent company is Tronc, a Chicago-based media company. The Daily News was one of the first newspapers to use the Associated Press wirephoto service.

Yale Daily News

Founded in 1878, the Yale Daily News claims to be the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States. It is published in New Haven, Connecticut and distributed free to the public. This paper is run by students at Yale University.

The Yale Daily News focuses on issues that affect students, administrators, and faculty. It also offers email updates on news and events. The paper is a training ground for Yale University journalists. It was named a Pacemaker Award winner in 2009.

Since its beginning in 1878, the Yale Daily News has published the news from the city of New Haven, Connecticut. The paper’s staff has also reported for the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the New York Times.

Los Angeles Mirror

Among the many newspaper publications that have folded over the past several years, the Los Angeles Mirror-Daily News has stood the test of time. For a time, the venerable was not only a profitable enterprise, it was a bona fide news hound. In fact, the newspaper was one of the last to fold in the nation. As of the close of business on September 7, 2012, the Daily News had about 250 employees, less than half the number that was on hand at the end of 2012. Despite its dire fiscal state, the news organization has not only survived its predecessors, but has become a model for the rest of the industry.

Los Angeles Times

Founded in 1881, the Los Angeles Times is one of the largest metropolitan daily newspapers in the U.S. With a daily circulation of 1.3 million copies, the paper is distributed throughout the Western United States. It competes against several daily papers in Southern California. The paper is headquartered in El Segundo, California. Its website receives 27 million monthly visits. It also has an app that provides readers with instant access to breaking news, entertainment, and politics.


Founded in 1999 by Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri’s father Rafik, Al-Mustaqbal is an Arabic-language online newspaper in Lebanon. It provides national, international, entertainment, politics, travel, business, and lifestyle news. The newspaper also features obituary announcements and classifieds. It is available online through special software applications.

Al-Mustaqbal is part of the parent media organization of the Future Movement, which is led by Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri. The newspaper also has a television station, which has been recently cut to the bone. The newspaper has also been covering the parliamentary elections in 2018.

Al-Mustaqbal was established by Rafik Hariri’s father in 1999, and has been the mouthpiece of the Future Movement in Lebanon. In 2006, Rafik Hariri was assassinated by a truck bomb. The newspaper has reported on a number of events in Lebanon and abroad, including 9/11 attacks, the Iraq War, and the 2008 Beirut factional fighting. It also has a weekly section on environmental issues.