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Eastwood Mall Bureau

The 21 News Eastwood Mall Bureau opened on Monday, December 18, 2006.  The bureau is an integral part of 21 WFMJ's commitment to covering news in Trumbull County.  The 21 News Eastwood Mall Bureau has a fully functional studio and newsroom and is located in the center court of the Eastwood Mall.  Our reporters and videographers will be there throughout the day writing and editing stories, reporters will be reporting live during our various newscasts and Storm Team 21 will be broadcasting live when severe weather threatens Trumbull County.

In addition, the 21 News Eastwood Mall has a news ticker that will keep you updated with the latest news, weather and sports while you are doing your shopping.  And if you need a break while you are shopping, have a seat in the 21 WFMJ or WBCB seating areas.  The 21 WFMJ seating area is directly in front of the 21 News Eastwood Mall Bureau and the WBCB seating area is in the Sears concourse.

So stop by, you might get the chance to see one of our reporters and videographers working on a story or you just might be able to take part in a live broadcast!

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