Sizing up the South is an online-only regional news magazine exclusively produced and designed to cover journalists and journalism in Alabama, Florida (Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands), Georgia and South Carolina and beyond. SizingUpTheSouth.com serves the South with breaking news, featured reports, commentary and “anything journalism” whether it is professional or collegiate sphere. We are your regional journalism news!
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