Daily News – The Latest News From New Haven, Connecticut
Daily News is a national newspaper founded in 1878 and based in New Haven, Connecticut. It covers the University of Yale and the surrounding community, publishing Monday through Friday during the school year. The News is the nation’s oldest college daily newspaper and is editorially and financially independent from Yale. It also publishes special issues such as the Game Day Issue and Commencement Issue and annual editions such as the First Year Issue.
The News is home to the most award-winning writers, columnists and opinion formers in New York City. It offers the latest New York City news, politics and sports, as well as local celebrity and entertainment gossip and rumors. No one covers the Yankees, Mets, Giants and Jets like the News.
During the weekday and Sunday, the newspaper’s digital readership grew by about 1%, while print readership fell by about 2%. These numbers represent a steady decline from the peak of digital growth that began in 2022.
Each weekday and Sunday newspaper had an average minutes per visit of about 1 minute and 30 seconds, down from about 2 minutes and 50 seconds when we started tracking this in 2014. The total number of pages viewed each day, on both the website and the app, decreased by about 6%.
The news site’s mobile app users stayed on the page an average of just under 1 minute and 30 seconds, the lowest figure since we started measuring it in Q4 2021. In the same time period, the app’s tablet users stayed on the page an average of about 2 minutes and 40 seconds. The tablet figure was lower than in 2021, but it was still higher than the other platforms.
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