Producers in demand

Wang, Karissa S.
December 1999
Electronic Media;12/06/99, Vol. 18 Issue 49, p18
Focuses on the demand for station producer in the United States. Critical shortage of producers in local television news; Advice of Hank Williams, managing editor at News 12 New Jersey to aspiring journalists.


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