Sydney Ember

New York Times

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Sydney Ember is a business reporter for the New York Times, covering print and digital media. 

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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.

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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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