- "This shocking video was released earlier today on the controversial news website TheDailyBugle.net."
- ―Pat Kiernan
The Daily Bugle is a web news media outlet headquartered in New York City, formed by J. Jonah Jameson. The outlet has widely increased its controversy after Mysterio exposed Spider-Man's secret identity to the rest of the world while also framing him in his death and the Elementals' attacks.
- In the comics, the Daily Bugle is a news publication run by J. Jonah Jameson, who uses the paper to write editorial slants about Spider-Man, who secretly also happens to work at the Bugle as a freelance photographer.
- The Daily Bugle is one of the various landmarks featured in the non-canon video game The Incredible Hulk.
- The MCU version of The Daily Bugle is known as a "controversial news website", appearing to be a parody of the proliferation of online sensationalist media outlets, such as InfoWars hosted by Alex Jones.
Behind the Scenes
- The Daily Bugle was considered to appear in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but according to producer Eric Hauserman Carroll, they desisted as they realized that working on a newspaper and fighting time concurrently are things that perhaps Peter Parker can do in the future. Even so, Daily Bugle newspapers, stands and logos were created for Spider-Man: Homecoming, although they were ultimately not used in the final cut of the film.
- Following the release of Avengers: Infinity War, a Daily Bugle newspaper was available for guests at Disneyland, California which depicted the Q-Ship and the subsequent Attack on Greenwich Village on the front page.
- Following the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, a new Daily Bugle newspaper was available at Disneyland which depicted the Battle of Earth from Avengers: Endgame on the front page, with the question "Where was the "Hero" Spider-Man during battle?". The newspaper also included a middle headline about Stark Industries and another about Daredevil helping Luke Cage.