Daily News (Thailand)
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|Founded||1950 (as Daily Mail Monday)|
|Headquarters||Phaya Thai, Bangkok, Thailand|
Daily News (Thai: เดลินิวส์) is a Thai-language daily newspaper published in Bangkok and distributed nationwide. It is the 2nd best-selling newspaper in Thailand. It has a circulation of 850,000 copies daily.
Daily News was founded by Saeng Hetrakul (แสง เหตระกูล). It published its first issue on 24 June 1950, when it was called Daily May Wan Jun (เดลิเมล์วันจันทร์). Saeng bought a defunct newspaper, the Bangkok Daily Mail, a Thai-language newspaper which started publication in 1908 and ceased publication in 1932. The Daily News was shut down after Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat staged a coup d'état in 1957. It resumed publication in 1964. It is one of the oldest newspapers in the Thai language, with a history of more than 60 years.
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