New Yorkers in journalism

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New York City has been called the media capital of the world.[1][2] An integral component of this status is the significant array of journalists who report about international, American, business, entertainment, and New York metropolitan area-related matters from Manhattan.

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  • Shelly Xu – field producer, Fox News [142]

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