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Technology Interrupts Local News Coverage, Viewership, and Revenue

Is local news important? For more than a decade, market watchers repeatedly proclaimed the demise of the newspaper industry as readers migrated to online options. The latest trends are disrupting the broadcast TV industry as well. In 2019, viewers are bypassing local TV with streaming options that include HULU, AMAZON …

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Lawrence Jones Passes

Henry Lawrence Jones, 67, passed away Jan. 19 at his home. Born Feb. 27, 1951, in Laurens, S.C., Jones was a pioneer in sports tourism in the Myrtle Beach market. “Team members and their families make a vacation of their trips to sporting events,” said Jones in 2015 of the …

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People Empowering People – Meet Chad Caton

Welcome to our second installation of “People Empowering People”. Today we introduce you to one of Horry County’s up and coming new voices in the community, Mr. Chad Caton. Many were first introduced to Mr. Caton when last year he challenged past Horry County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus at a …

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It Probably Won’t Be The Last Time

I personally worked throughout the night, last night using PABLO photo editor, Openshot video editor, and 4K Video Downloader, creating two videos that were then uploaded to Youtube. Among others, the following stills were put to background music. This morning, a member of the community, well versed in video creation …

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Taken: USA TODAY Reports 82% MBPD Seizures Of Black Peoples’ Property

USA TODAY – Greenvilleonline.com Investigative Report Shows 82% Seizure Rates On Blacks In Myrtle Beach Area This article was written entirely by GreenvilleOnline.com as part of its Taken Series. Greenville attorney Jake Erwin said the overarching idea is that the money being seized is earnings from past drug sales, so it’s fair game. “In theory, that makes …

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North Myrtle Beach Rated Among Safest Cities In SC

North Myrtle Beach

The City Of North Myrtle Beach continues to lead the Grand Strand. The city was ranked number 7 by Alarms.org as one of the safest cities in the state of South Carolina. The report included more than 7,600 cities across the state and reviewed the most recent FBI crime report statistics. Charleston …

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