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We produce the kind of journalism your readers want and your business needs. Urban News Service is dedicated to providing quality content to urban papers to transform the economics of news gathering and serve the needs of urban communities. We understand you serve a unique, loyal and engaged readership, but we also know quality content is costlier to produce than ever before. Digital competition and the decline in print advertising revenue have hit urban news media especially hard, impacting their ability to hire writers, cover the stories that matter and support their communities. Reading_Newspaper-african-americanUrban News Service was founded to provide a solution. As a division of American Media Institute, we provide quality content that truly serves your readers and business:

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