Local Edition

Local Edition was a five-minute newscast covering community interest stories from the Cadillac, Manistee, Ludington, and Traverse City, Michigan areas. The newscast aired throughout the day at 24 minutes past the hour as an insert on HLN (formally Headline News) via Charter Communications cable channel 63, and was available on demand on Charter digital cable channel 1. Local Edition was produced independently by Freelancer Productions.

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Local Edition - News Team
... Local Edition was produced by a total of four people Eric Wotila, Benjamin Arie, Vic McCarty, and Kris Darrow ... As of February 2011, The team behind "Local Edition" now run a local 24-hour news channel WMNN-LD, known on air as MI News 26 ...
The Tombstone Epitaph - Publication
... A separate biweekly edition of The Tombstone Epitaph, which contains local news, is published by the University of Arizona Journalism Department ... Subscriptions to the national edition -- $25 in the U ... Department to continue publication of the local edition, which circulates in Tombstone ...
The Budget - Local Edition
... The local edition focuses on stories of local interest in several Ohio counties, and includes several pages of non-Amish-specific content ...

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