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A recent Reporters' Roundtable at LMCTV featured local news reporters and editors looking back on 2016 and looking ahead to 2017. (The panel discussion is about 20 minutes into the program).
A recent Reporters' Roundtable at LMCTV featured local news reporters and editors looking back on 2016 and looking ahead to 2017. (The panel discussion is about 20 minutes into the program). Video Credit: The Local Live
A recent Reporters' Roundtable on LMCTV's "Local Live" cable television program.
A recent Reporters' Roundtable on LMCTV's "Local Live" cable television program. Photo Credit: Provided/LMCTV
Take your pick: Call, email or tweet questions to any of Thursday evening's participants on a Reporters Roundtable on LMC-TV Local Live, which begins at 7:30 p.m.
Take your pick: Call, email or tweet questions to any of Thursday evening's participants on a Reporters Roundtable on LMC-TV Local Live, which begins at 7:30 p.m. Photo Credit: Provided/Local Live

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MAMARONECK, N.Y.  -- Do you have strong feelings about the presidential election? Concerns about local news coverage, or your own story ideas?

Then watch Thursday evening's "Reporters Roundtable" on Larchmont-Mamaroneck Community TV's Local Live, which begins at 7:30 p.m.

Sheyla Navarro, LMCTV news producer and senior producer of Local Live, said, "Join us and find out what stories and issues the local media are working on for 2017."

Three local reporters/news editors will offer a recap of what their news outlets reported during 2016: Sibylla Chipasiwa, assistant editor of the Mamaroneck Review; Gabriel Rom, a reporter with The Journal-News/ LoHud and Jon Craig, assistant managing editor at Daily Voice.

"We are also going to be talking about local media in Westchester," Navarro said. "For instance, News 12 operations moving to Long Island, Patch moving away from local and becoming more regional. What are your views on that?"

On the national front, what do you expect as President-elect Donald Trump, a native New Yorker, takes office?

The show can be viewed live online at www.lmctv.org

For Verizon users in all of Westchester County, the Channel is 36.

For Cablevision subscribers only in Mamaroneck and Larchmont the Channel is 75

People can participate in the conversation by calling 914-381-0150 or by emailing thelocallive@lmc-tv.org

Questions and comments also are encouraged via Twitter @thelocallive (#ReportersRoundtable)

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