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How do you get your news and local information? How could the quality of that information be improved? KCET and the Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy want to know. Take the short survey below and tell us about the information you want, need and expect from your news providers and local governments. Your answers will be used as part of the first major study of the digital age on how information needs are being met nationwide.

Except for your age, zip and member status, no question is mandatory, so don't feel as if you have to answer each and every one. But do share your thoughts!

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I've been keeping up with Zac's progress on line from the begining. Thanks for the coverage.
I rely on the internt [New York Times] channel 28, KPPC FM, The New Yorker magazine, and gossip with friends to keep up with what's going on in the world.

Great story on Zac Sunderland. Please do a follow up when he returns to Los Angeles in June!

NPR 89.9 radio, Santa Monica ca.
LA Times (whats left).

Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow, Jon Stewart & Stephen Colbert are my news sources.

Definitely, marijuana should be legal! The problems associated with marijuana: violence, growing in national parks, tax loss would be alleviated if it was made legal.