The New York Daily News is the largest and most widely read newspaper in the New York metropolitan market and is the fourth most-widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States with a daily circulation of over 600,000.

The Daily News was founded by Joseph Medill Patterson. He launched the Daily News on June 26, 1919. Since its founding, the paper has won ten Pulitzer Prizes.

Data from Scarborough Research compiled in March 2011 ranked the Daily News number one in the United States in combined readership - print and online - for their local market, with a reach of over 4.5 million people.

According to the September 2011 Audit Bureau of Circulations report, the Daily News climbed to the nation's fourth-most circulated newspaper, up from the number six spot, surpassing the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post. When combined with online editions, the Daily News ranks as the nation's third largest newspaper, according to the report.

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Newsday began as a one-part paper, founded in Hempstead, Long Island, in 1940. With 19 Pulitzer Prizes, Newsday's history of honest, hard-hitting journalism has become a Long Island tradition. Newsday has a circulation of over 300,000, with over one million daily readers and 1.2 million on Sunday, ranking it number 12 in the country for daily newspapers.

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The Long Island Press is a free alternative newsweekly serving Long Island, NY. The Press is the largest weekly newspaper serving Long Island, NY, the ninth largest weekly newspaper in the country, and the sixth largest in combined print and web readership. The paper is distributed throughout Long Island and New York City. The Press serves to inform, educate and entertain the opinion leaders of Long Island with cutting edge editorial.

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NYU Pavement Pieces is a project of New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.

Pavement pieces tells the stories of New York City and its neighborhoods. They celebrate communities and expose what’s not working. They give a voice to people whose voices are disappearing from shrinking newspapers.

These talented students come from all over the country and the world. They have two things in common, they want to be journalists and they want to learn in New York City.

Pavement Pieces will change and grow as this next generation of journalists, explore the most dynamic, vibrant, diverse city in the world, and the people who call it home.

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The Village Connection Magazine is Huntington's free lifestyle & entertainment magazine. It features local artists, photographers, writers, businesses and the residents of Huntington Village. Erik Badia writes a monthly automotive column for the Village Connection. These articles can be seen by clicking the link below:

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Catalyst Radio News is the broadcast news division of Old Westbury Web Radio at SUNY College at Old Westbury. Catalyst Radio News, along with Catalyst Spotlight Radio are two radio news programs which aired weekly at the station.

Catalyst Spotlight Radio debuted on Old Westbury Web Radio on January 24, 2008. Catalyst Spotlight Radio is a news and interview show hosted by Erik Badia. Catalyst Spotlight Radio interviewed interesting figures from on and off of campus, in addition to reporting the news from around SUNY College at Old Westbury.

You can listen to that broadcast, as well as Catalyst Spotlight Radio episodes, by clicking the link below:

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Newsday's Impulse! review section sent local 20-something's out to explore Long Island and New York City. Impulse! reviewers would rate new movies, bars and clubs, the occasional TV show and sample new music albums. The "review crew's" grades and write-ups were published every Thursday in Newsday's entertainment section. To view Erik Badia's Impulse! reviews, click the link below:

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Good Times Magazine is America's oldest regional music publication, founded in 1969 by Richard Branciforte.

Now celebrating its 40th Anniversary Year, Good Times offers its New York and Long Island readers a unique blend of music, film, theater, dining and general entertainment coverage.

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Zagat Buzz is a newsletter and blog from Zagat Survey published weekly featuring the latest openings, closings, special events and more. With editions in New York, Boston, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Fransisco and Washington D.C., Zagat Buzz is emailed to subscribers all around the world.

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