Local News

In journalism, local news refers to news coverage of events in a local context which would not normally be of interest to those of other localities, or otherwise be of national or international scope.

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Prometheus Radio Project V. FCC - Third Circuit of Appeals (main Case) - Majority Opinion - II. Cross Ownership Rules - Internet Weight
... cable does not effectively provide independent local news, but found that it was irrational to not discount the internet in the same manner ... The FCC did not identify which websites were used as sources of local news, which was a problem because many of the local news websites were owned by local television stations and ...
Local News - Television - Differences From
... Local news largely covers the following local sports local crime and justice local weather local business and economy local events local education local politics National and international news, however ...
Spotlight Newspapers - History
... The Spotlight first appeared as a four-page penny saver in Delmar, New York on December 1, 1955 ... Associated Press writer, purchased the paper in 1975 and began a full-coverage news policy. 15-inch tabloid format, which allowed him to nearly double the news layout and photo content of the paper ...
Media In Minot, North Dakota - Television - Local News
... KXMC-TV, KMOT-TV, and the Minot Daily News report on local news daily ... KHRT-AM, and Prairie Public have some local news content, but no active journalists ...
List Of Super Bowl Lead-out Programs - Overview
... For instance, in discussing the ratings of a local TV station, Buffalo television critic Alan Pergament noted on the coattails from Super Bowl XLVII, which ... only one hour of network programming until the late local news ... to delay the lead-out show further, until after additional local post-game coverage ...

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