The Daily Bugle is owned by J. Jonah Jameson and is much like a tabloid newspaper. Though quite popular in New York City, it is heavily opinionated and well-known for its anti-Spiderman viewpoints. Still, it's previous anti-superhero and negative perceptions on the super powered have tamed down over recent years, likely due to Robbie Robertson being Editor-in-Chief now.
Daily Bugle founded in 1897 and begins publication for a penny an issue. Owner and Publisher Nathaniel Porter is a former Army Bugler and Civil War Veteran. The paper focuses on the spectacular stories, amazing inventions, sensational events, as well as friendly neighborhood gossip.
Nathaniel Porter dies and his son Daniel Porter takes over the Daily Bugle.
The Daily Bugle tries to hang on after the stock market crash but ends up being sold to David Goodman.
In 1936, The Goodman Building is built for the Daily Bugle at 39th Street and Second Avenue by David Goodman, the Bugle's new owner.
William Goodman takes over for his father as owner of the Daily Bugle. Takes a strong stance towards rooting out Communism wherever it may be, following the viewpoints of Joseph McCarthy.
Jack Jameson becomes Editor in Chief of the Daily Bugle. He re-directs the focus of the paper towards the Civil Rights movement.
WJJJ TV station begins operation on channel 63-7. It shows a variety of old war movies, classic 1950's TV shows and News programs four times a day. Also an interview-format show called JJJ-Chat featuring none other than J. Jonah Jameson.
Fisk Industries attempts a hostile takeover of the money-strapped newspaper. J. Jonah Jameson appoints Robbie Robertson as the Editor-in-Chief so he can focus his attention on keeping control of his paper.
J. Jonah Jameson remains as the Publisher and Owner of the paper, though he's decided to leave Robertson as the Editor-in-Chief as Robertson's more moderate viewpoints seem to have raised subscriptions again. JJJ still submits articles and writes his own editorial column as well as his TV show on WJJJ.