Newspapers that are printed and distributed every day are considered daily newspapers. They tend to cover local events as well as international, combining daily essentials for their readers. Sunday editions usually are bigger with more content and advertisements. They have a set staff able to juggle multiple tasks and content material at once, making it a stable job for journalists looking for a career in print journalism. In comparison to weekly or monthly papers, dailies are a lot larger on scale of staff and readership.
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