New York Daily Mirror

New York Daily Mirror

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The New York Daily Mirror was an American morning tabloid newspaper first published on June 24, 1924 in New York City by the William Randolph Hearst organization as a contrast to their mainstream broadsheets, the Evening Journal and New York American, later consolidated into the New York Journal American. It was created to compete with the New York Daily News which was then a sensationalist tabloid and the most widely circulated newspaper in the United States. Hearst preferred the broadsheet format and sold the Mirror in 1928, only to buy it back in 1932.

Early on, several bright young writers and photographic journalists joined the Daily Mirror such as Ring Lardner, Jr., Hy Peskin and the political commentator Drew PearsonKenneth T. Jackson: The Encyclopedia of New York City: The New York Historical Society; Yale University Press; 1995. P. 107.. The poet-songwriter Nick Kenny was the paper's radio editor, and Edward Zeltner contributed a column. The gossip columnist Walter Winchell was hired away from the New York Evening Graphic, given his own radio show and syndicated, in his prime— the 1940s and early 50s— in more than 2000 daily papers. In 1927, the paper devoted substantial resources to the exploitation of scandal with repeated stories on such events as the divorce trial of real estate tycoon Edward West "Daddy" Browning who at age 51 had married 15-year-old Frances Belle......
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