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Broadcast Bits: Episode 9

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Broadcast television mega mergers have paved the way for a few enormous corporations to dominate the local television landscape. A handful of corporations control a majority of local television news outlets in America. Still, there are smaller corporations that are not only surviving, but thriving.

Michael Fabac, News Press & Gazette

News Press and Gazette is a private, family owned company company operating in ten medium and small markets. NPG Broadcast Group’s Director of News and Marketing, Michael Fabac, says the company positions itself strategically to succeed.  He also thinks smaller groups, must remain innovative to stay relevant.

 

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