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Commercial Television News Vs. Non-Profit

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So apparently the folks at SoCal Connected are as obsessed with the Annenberg USC Study of LA’s local news market as we are.

Host Val Zavala writes:

We here at SoCal Connected took the same subject areas and looked at ourselves. Government news — like the financial meltdown at L.A. City Hall — comprised more than a quarter of our content. Compare that to only 6% of local commercial newscasts. Out next biggest subject area was the economy and business. Check out the whole spectrum of our content vs theirs on the graph below.

Previously on FBLA: Annenberg Study: Local LA TV News Spends 2:10 Minutes on Teasers and 29 Seconds on Local Enconomy

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