Kyle Smith

National Review / New York Post

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Kyle Smith is critic-at-large for the National Review and a film critic for the New York Post.

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Despite the growth of cable and the dominance of three broadcast networks, many Americans still get their news from local TV.

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Despite the growth of cable and the dominance of three broadcast networks, many Americans still get their news from local TV.

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Despite the growth of cable and the dominance of three broadcast networks, many Americans still get their news from local TV.

Media competition for Fox News

Despite the growth of cable and the dominance of three broadcast networks, many Americans still get their news from local TV.

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