Daily Mail. The Daily Mail is a daily newspaper in London, , United Kingdom covering local news, sports, business and community events. Founded in 1896, the Daily Mail is the second largest daily newspaper in Britain (after The Sun) and one of the highest circulation newspapers in the world.Who owns the Daily Mail?
The Daily Mail’s parent company is DMGT, which owns newspapers including the Daily Mail, the Mail on Sunday, and The Metro. The chairman is Jonathan Harmsworth, 4th Viscount Rothermere, who inherited the media empire founded by his great-grandfather Harold and his brother Alfred a century earlier.What is Daily Mail News?
The Daily Mail is to the UK what the New York Post is to the United States, and what the Drudge Report is to the Internet: to wit, gossipy tabloid "journalism" for those who cannot digest serious news, with a flippantly wingnut editorial stance.What is the Daily Mail newspaper?
The Daily Mail is a large, well-known newspaper. It started in 1896. It is published every weekday and Saturday from a factory in London, England. It is not printed on Sundays. Its sister paper, the Mail on Sunday, is printed instead.