Local news has gotten a bad rap.
There’s no denying smartphones and social media are a part of our daily lives. Who has time to wait for the news to be printed tomorrow morning when you can see a live update in .5 seconds?
Really, I thought my workday would come to a screeching halt when Apple introduced the new iPhone 4S last week.
But ironically, a new study has shown that many of us still go “old school” and rely on local news stations as our go-to source for breaking news, weather, traffic and politics.
The “how people learn about their local community” study by the Pew Internet... read on