In Florida, Convention Coverage Ranges from Abundant to Absent

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By: Brian E. Crowley | Columbia Journalism Review

TAMPA — On Wednesday, the morning after the first night of the Republican National Convention, the front page of the Fort Lauderdale-based Sun Sentinel—the paper with the fourth-largest daily circulation in Florida—had not a single story about the GOP gathering. Not even a tease to inside coverage. There was nothing on the front about Ann Romney’s speech.

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