Newsday is a daily newspaper. It was first founded in the fall of 1940 by husband and wife, Alicia Patterson and Harry Guggenheim. The newspaper serves various areas in New York, including Nassau County, Suffolk County, Rockland County, Westchester County, Queens, Long Island, and the New York metropolitan area. The headquarters are located in Melville, New York. The newspaper is in tabloid formatting. The Publisher is Debby Krenek and the Editor is Debbie Henley. The newspaper is owned by Newsday Media. There are currently over 450,000 daily subscribers and over 500,000 Sunday subscribers. Newsday has won 19 Pulitzer Prizes, with the last one being in 2007 when Walt Handelsman was honored for Editorial Cartooning.
The newspaper features various topics. They report new happenings in New York, nationwide, and worldwide. Some topics include sports, entertainment, “Feed Me”, opinion, business, and politics. The website features these same topics. The website also includes an Obituaries and Classifieds. There is video content on the website. The Newsday website also allows businesses to promote on the site and in the print copy of the newspaper. There is also information regarding health, education, travel, family, as well as columns and blogs. Games, horoscopes, and contests are available on the website and inside of some daily issues of the newspaper. If you aren’t from the area, the website includes information about fun things to do, as well as the “Feed Me” section, which includes restaurant information. A weather forecast is available in the print edition of Newsday, as well as on the website.
Digital Access is available for $3.49 per week. Sunday Delivery plus Digital Access is $1.99 per week. 7-Day Delivery plus Digital Access is available for $5.99 per week. Special discount pricing may be available to new customers. To cancel Newsday, follow the cancellation instructions that are listed on this page.