USA Today is a daily newspaper (Monday through Friday) in the United States of America. The newspaper has a cover format and is the most read in the country. The newspaper’s headquarters are located in Mclean, Virginia, United States. Its distribution reaches the whole country and has a cost of $ 1.
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The newspaper has printed editions available at kiosks and dispatchers across the country, as well as digital editions to read on the web or for download, with proper subscription.
USA Today is also linked to newspapers such as The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Arizona Republic, The Courier-Journal, and more through the company that runs it. For its 30th anniversary the newspaper had a complete redesign, led by the graphic designer brand “Wolff Olins”, making it more dynamic and delivering news with greater certainty.
History and founders of the newspaper
USA Today was founded on September 15, 1982 by Allen Neuharth, who heads the Gannet Newspapers Chain. The newspaper is currently edited by John Hillkirk and directed by David Hunke.
By 1990, the newspaper was read by more than two million people. The newspaper currently reaches more than seven million readers in all of its web, print and digital editions. The newspaper has international editions in Puerto Rico, Canada, as well as in different parts of Europe and Asia.
USA Today was made fun of at the beginning of its journey, but over the years it has gained a reputation for its high quality articles and good reporting. This newspaper has grown when others have stagnated, so it has gained readers over the years.
The newspaper has been the victim of parodies by The Harvard Lampoon (in 1986), The Onion and some others. He has also been named or featured in films and television series such as Back to the Future (1989), Total Recall (1990), Minority Report (2002) and more.
USA Today publishes topics of general interest to the American population. It is the first of its kind in the United States of America. The newspaper seeks to provide readers with concise, short news that gives them the necessary information about the subjects without making them read too much.
This newspaper influenced many others with its richly colored graphics, short stories and concentrating on sports and celebrities. The newspaper is one of the most polled in the U.S., positioning itself above the rest thanks to its connection with the American public.
USA Today constantly publishes opinion pieces by guest writers. He also focuses his reporting mainly on sports, entertainment and lifestyle. Its sections of national and international news are not extensive, but equally cover the most important events of the country and the world. The newspaper also has sections on economics, technology, travel, climate, research and many more.