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[[File:DailyGlobe-GTA4-frontpage.png|thumb|180px|The front page texture of the Daily Globe used on newspapers held by pedestrians in GTA IV.]]
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[[File:DailyGlobe-GTAIV-frontpage.png|thumb|180px|The front page texture of the Daily Globe used on newspapers held by pedestrians in GTA IV.]]
[[File:DailyGlobe-GTAV-trailer.jpg|thumb|A Daily Globe newsagents seen in GTA V.]]
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[[File:DailyGlobe-GTAV-prerelease.jpg|thumb|A Daily Globe newsagents seen in GTA V.]]
 
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The '''Daily Globe''' is a national newspaper in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
 
The '''Daily Globe''' is a national newspaper in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
  
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[[Category:Newspapers]]
 
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[[Category:Businesses in Liberty City in GTA IV Era]]
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Revision as of 17:17, 26 August 2012

The front page texture of the Daily Globe used on newspapers held by pedestrians in GTA IV.
A Daily Globe newsagents seen in GTA V.

The Daily Globe is a national newspaper in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V.

The paper appears to be lesser known in GTA IV's setting, even lacking a website (when a similar paper, the Liberty Tree, operates one). Despite its obscurity, passing pedestrians may be depicted holding and reading the newspaper, and the newspaper is implied to be operating in a large, modern skyscraper in The Triangle, Algonquin, which bears both its name and its logo.

A Daily Globe newsagents can be seen in the trailer for GTA V.

The title of the paper appears to be a reference to the Superman newspaper Daily Planet.

See also