Hey, FCC: OK?

What First Amendment? What Public Information? And What's News in Brooklyn?

More recent waves of migrants have spawned dozens of ethnic and community newspapers that offer the kind of block-by-block coverage no large daily provides. "You never have to ask yourself, 'Is it important?' at a community newspaper," said Patrick Gallahue, who worked in community newspapers before moving to the Post. At a daily, he said, "You have to recognize how that story is going to transfer."

Would folks agree on what news mattered to all of Brooklyn? Breslin and Dorinson were arguing all the way out the door—not about Bing, but about the Dodgers. Of course.

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