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- If you have BREAKING NEWS, please contact our newsroom directly at 1-888-721-9365.  Please store this number in your cellular phone.

- Mail media alerts or press releases at least two weeks in advance to:

  21 News Assignment Editor
  101 W. Boardman Street
  Youngstown, OH  44503
 

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- If you drop off your press materials in person, please use the business office entrance on West Boardman Street and leave the materials with the receptionist.  Our business office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

- Keep in mind that all news event's chances of getting coverage are dependent upon the volume of news stories that day. We cannot guarantee coverage of any event.  Rest assured that each press release and news story suggestion we receive is placed in our files for review by our Assignment Editors and Producers.

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