The Dallas Morning News has won nine Pulitzer Prizes.
In 1885, Alfred Horatio Belo, publisher of the Galveston Daily recognized the need for a newspaper to specialize in Dallas, so he founded the Dallas Morning News.
In 1904, The Texas Almanac, a useful resource of Texan Data, originally published by the Galveston Daily moved its publication to Dallas Morning News. The Texas Almanac is still annually published today. In 2003, the newspaper expanded its reach by launching Al Día, a Spanish-language newspaper. Initially available for purchase, Al Día transitioned to a complimentary model, which publishes twice a week. In 2008 the paper added another free paper, Briefing. Both papers will discontinue print editons in 2023, due to a contract dispute.
In 2013, The Dallas Morning News concluded its long-standing newsgathering collaboration with the previously co-owned TV station WFAA (Working For All Alike). A new partnership was formed with KXAS-TV, serving as the NBC outlet for the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and Dallas-licensed Telemundo station KXTX-TV.
As of 2022, Dallas operates as a digital-only newspaper under the ownership of the DallasNews Corporation. Digital access to dallasnews.com and the mobile app is available at a small initial price. Additional publication options including “The Sun” and “The Sunday” are included in the digital bundle.
The newspaper acknowledges usage of readers personal data through third-party sites.
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