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Every day at Minority Reporter, we strive to provide relevant news and information to the Rochester community. But gathering that news is expensive. There are many steps involved, such as sending a reporter to news conferences and events, researching issues, interviewing people to get all sides of those issues and then arranging articles in an engaging layout.

Social media and the internet have created even more complexities. This is why newspapers around the country are downsizing, laying off reporters or shutting down all together.

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Dave McCleary Publisher


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Mar 08

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