Is Digital Overload Fake News?

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Smartphones, computers, tablets and virtually every screen continually flood us with digital “noise.” Print content isn't competing with a feed of other brands. It is a standalone vehicle to which readers choose to devote their attention.

When people pick up a local paper, they are engaged and have committed to consuming our trusted content.  Print today is still the most trusted source of local information. 

With everyone fighting for digital visibility, how will you distinguish yourself in your local market?

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