Report: More news coming to your local TV stations

Local news is rebounding from the recession, says The New York Times. That means more news, but fewer reporters. Does it also mean more room for PR pitches?

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The results of this rebound are more news time—18 extra minutes on average—and more employees, though not as many as were laid off in the past couple of years.

Among the reasons for this rebound is innovation in the newsroom, Stelter writes. And that innovation, according to the general manager at KSDK in St. Louis, means there are more people “gathering content” than one year ago.

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