Many U.S. newspapers have survived digital media. Here's how the biggest U.S. newspapers develop trust and exchange information in the digital age.
With 3.749 million subscribers, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is one of the largest daily U.S. newspapers.
During COVID-19, digital subscriptions rose 19% to 2.9 million for the newspaper.
The New York Times is one of the longest-running and most trusted U.S. newspapers.
The New York Times, like WSJ, is focusing on digital and aiming for 15 million subscriptions by 2027.
USA Today is a well-known newspaper. It attracts 3 million daily readers online.
The Washington Post nears 3 million subscribers. The Washington Post is a reliable source for political news and breaking events nationwide.
Los Angeles Times is America's largest metropolitan newspaper. It has 4.4 million members and 1.6 million Sunday print readers.