About The Dallas Morning News
The Dallas Morning News is Texas’ leading daily newspaper with a bedrock journalistic reputation, intense regional focus and close community ties. We are dedicated to covering the issues that impact everyday lives in North Texas.
More than 12 million people a month read The News’ content published in print, online or digitally. Founded in 1885, The News maintains one of the largest newsrooms in Texas and has won nine Pulitzer Prizes.
Our Mission And Values
We make our communities stronger and more prosperous through quality journalism and innovative marketing solutions.
Sense of Purpose
We are passionate about making our community stronger and more prosperous.
We win together. We communicate and collaborate. We make each other better.
We do the right thing at the right time in the right way.
We are relentless about understanding our customers’ needs and exceeding their expectations.
We create an environment that encourages and supports the generation of new ideas, products and processes.
Diversity, Equity And Inclusion
It is vital to the health and success of our company and the communities we serve that we put diversity, equity and inclusion at the core of all we do.
We know that we will attract and retain the best talent by ensuring that every employee is heard, appreciated and respected, regardless of race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or veteran status.
Our company values and welcomes different perspectives and backgrounds as the drivers of innovation and ideas that are essential to our business success.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are embedded in the hiring, promotion and development of our employees, in reaching diverse audiences with our content, and in choosing the companies with which we do business.
Dallas is a wonderful place to live, work and play because there is something for everyone here.
For those who prefer the hustle and bustle of a city, Dallas delivers. North Texas is home to four professional sports teams, more corporate headquarters than any other city, the largest arts district in the country, incredible restaurants, and top notch colleges and universities.
But for those who like a quieter pace, North Texas has expanding suburban areas that provide access to award-winning schools, plenty of parks and trails, and towns and neighborhoods with unique personalities of their own.
Regardless of where you live in Dallas, there is always something to do, see and enjoy.
We are committed to making our communities stronger through The Dallas Morning News Charities.
The Dallas Morning News Charities select North Texas organizations that help those who are homeless, hungry and trying to rehabilitate. The Dallas Morning News Charities covers all administrative costs, so that 100% of the tax-deductible donations go directly to recipient agencies for those in need.
Our employees can make donations through payroll deductions or one-time gifts to The Dallas Morning News Charities. We also offer employees up to eight hours of community service PTO, so they can volunteer with the organizations of their choice.