One of the most frustrating things for reporters and publishers is the unauthorized use of their work. In some instances, creative works are inadvertently plagiarized after they have been forwarded without attributing information attached. Sometimes they are plagiarized with malice.
I seldom see a vehicle there, so I am surprised they have a live human broadcasting.
It would seem to me they would give credit to everyone that contributes to what information they get, since it appears no one is spending alot of time there.
I used to do news for a south Georgia small market station 30 years ago. It was a simple matter of getting police reports, listening to a scanner, attending meetings and interviewing local business people. It did require some time but it was always original. Anyone that has ever attended high school or college knows not to steal other folks' work. But, what do you expect from a one horse station. I find the mascot stereotypes country folks as rednecks ( although there are many fine people on farms and in the city of Barnesville).
I believe the station was at one time listed as being owned by the PBS station (The Rock) in Griffin. They seem to do ok with their news even though I can't figure out if the news person is male of female.