Media in Seattle includes long-established newspapers, television and radio stations, and an evolving panoply of smaller, local art, culture, neighborhood and political publications, film-making and, most recently, Internet media. As of the fall of 2009, Seattle has the 20th largest newspaper and the 13th largest radio and television market in the United States. The Seattle media market also serves Puget Sound and Western Washington.
|Magazine, news and business||43|
|News Agency/Wire service, regional bureau||26|
|Newspaper, regional bureau||2|
|Online news source||10|
|Radio, regional bureau||2|
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