The Detroit News has a 135-year history of quality journalism and a longstanding emphasis on innovation. The News was the first newspaper to publish a comic strip, the first to hire a full-time photographer and the first to publish a daily advice column.
Over the years, the News has earned many awards, including three Pulitzer Prizes (one of which was the first ever awarded for photography), and its sports coverage is repeatedly cited as among the best in the nation by the Associated Press Sports Writers group, with Bob Wojnowski, Terry Foster, Lynn Henning and Tom Gage providing constant in-depth coverage of metro Detroit¹s professional and college teams.
Providing extensive local coverage is an integral aspect of The Detroit News, with a host of columnists like Neil Rubin, Daniel Howes and Manny Perez, who explore Detroit-cetric issues, and movie critic Tom Long is Detroit¹s only locally based film critic.
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