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      Given the continued swoon of print journalism and numerous rounds of previous layoffs at the Arizona Daily Star, it's hard to imagine the local daily had 15-20 people to release, but that's what happened Friday.
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      It had to get out Som-time
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    The Zeta Male is an Alpha Writer
      Phil Villarreal is more than a valued behind-the-scenes cog in the KGUN-TV 9 news product, more than a multi-faceted reviewer of film and video games, and more than someone with a versatile media track record.
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      Downtown Radio, the low-power station that broadcasts at 99.1 FM, has taken an important step in efforts to enhance its reach. As of June 1, the station, an eclectic collection of songs spanning a loose and expansive definition of rock as well as specialty format programs, has received solid, positive support since its launch in September.
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      The latest winter radio ratings reflected well on KMXZ, 94.9 Mix Fm, which claimed the top spot in the overall 12-plus category. Lotus-owned classic rocker KLPX 96.1 FM vaulted to fourth during the ratings period and Lotus new rocker KFMA FM 102.1 enjoyed a significant surge as well.
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      This week in media news: Bobbie Jo Buel says goodbye to the Star and Lee Enterprises sees its stock price jump significantly following news of Gannett's interest in purchasing Tribune Publishing Company.
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      KGUN adds Pat Parris to morning lineup and American Warrior Radio expands platforms
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      News/talk FM KQTH 104.1 has abandoned its morning drive news wheel and returned local talk host Jon Justice to the slot he occupied for a number of years.
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      Minkus lands gig with ESPN, Bernie reaches far right to expand his audience and Downtown Radio schedules fundraiser
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    Parisi knew online was the future. Now he hopes the future is finally here
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      Sonu Wasu lands gig up the road, Two programs change locations after 1210 goes dark and For Lee Enterprises, changes at the top, sort of...
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    Hello KVOA newcomer, welcome to Sean Miller's world
      UA men's basketball coach Sean Miller is a lot like the guy from the Enterprise Car Rental commercial. He's maybe not so much a control freak, but a control enthusiast.
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    You can still get revamped Access to community media
      Cord cutting has become something of a dirty word in the cable industry. But Access Tucson is hopeful its severed ties with the city will lead to an entirely new lease on life.
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      GOP debate viewers would like to put most of the establishment in a bbq pit and KIIM registers third troubling ratings book of the year
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    Traditional media in the new age still likely to struggle
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    Brink Media ready to Creatively upgrade Access Tucson
      The old Access Tucson is gone.
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    Lotus expands programming with HD radio options
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      Kotalik to start new year back home, Villarreal provides original movie review content for KGUN website, Chris Edwards has done it again.
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      UA prof analyzes ISIS media approach, Star hires football beat writer and Lotus producer drives for charity
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    When the Star says “told the Star” consider what the Star might be telling you
      The Millennial generation often gets a rap for its relentless focus on self. With access to social media and other technologies, no group in the history of the species has seemed more internally focused and in need of constant affirmation than Millennials.
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