As you can see behind me

February 2015
Louisville Magazine;Feb2015, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p44
The article presents the author's insights on her work as television (TV) reporter at a TV newsroom. Topics discussed include the police training session which she covered during her first day as police training session, the inclusion of director, executive producer, and assistant news director in the top decision-makers of every newsroom, and the ratings given to every newsroom.


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