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Miles, Laureen
September 1994
MediaWeek;9/19/94, Vol. 4 Issue 36, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in demand for television news talent in the United States as a result of affiliation changes. Major television networks' increase of compensation for employees; Creation of news departments in response to television affiliation switches; Turnover among news directors, anchors and other staffers; Abundance of off-camera jobs compared to on-air spots.


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