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What’s the future of local news in Chicago and beyond?

Phil Glover sells the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper to commuters on their way home Thursday, Oct. 8, 2009 in Chicago.

What’s the future of local news in Chicago and beyond?

Big changes are coming to Chicago’s media landscape with the partnership between WBEZ and the Chicago Sun-Times.

Reset looks at what the future holds for local news, both here in Chicago, and at the national level.

GUESTS: Mark Jacob, independent journalist; Victor Pickard, professor at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania

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