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AIR DATE: January 6, 2011

The Nevada News Bureau was set up two years ago with money from conservative donors to create an alternative news service without the perceived liberal bias of mainstream media. Now the service has split from with one of its founders, Chuck Muth, the conservative activist who won the original grant money. Publisher and editor Elizabeth Crum says the bureau now needs independence from political activists. We talk with her about the future of the Nevada News Bureau.

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Elizabeth Crum, Publisher and Editor, Nevada News Bureau
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