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With the growing popularity of "instant news" on 24-hour TV news channels and the Internet, each year, fewer people read conventional newspapers. In New York City, more and more people catch up on the events of the day from new sources like the various news zippers in Times Square, TV screens that flash news clips in elevators, lottery kiosks and all-news radio programs. Reader surveys and plummeting circulation rates prove that broadsheet newspapers are losing much of their impact.
Now, amNewYork has taken the notion of "instant news" one step further. Subways cars and buses don't get radio or TV reception, so hundreds of thousands of on-the-run commuters are snapping up free newspapers from our army of hawkers and street boxes scattered around this city and its suburbs.
New York's youth see news as a commodity that you don't have to pay for. They want their news quick and simple. And amNewYork fills that niche.
Their work is also supplemented with wire stories from the Associated Press, and with writers and syndicated columnists from Tribune Co. newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Sun and other papers.
amNewYork's aggressive team of reporters and editors brings you all the news that you need to start your day.