Newlink lines up talkshow

Sutter, Mark
October 2003
Daily Variety;10/27/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 16, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on Newlink Communications Group's production of a pan-regional Latin American weekly one-hour political talk show to be hosted by 'Miami Herald' columnist Andres Oppenheimer.


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