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- Approaches that work. Chinni, Dante // Columbia Journalism Review;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p76
Presents seven approaches that local television (TV) newscasters and project researchers found worth noting and emulating. Let the subjects talk; Anticipation on governmental actions; Use of numbers and public documents to illustrate the scope of issues.
- A different kind of news leader. Gralnick, Jeff // Electronic Media;9/10/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 37, p26
Comments on the leaders in the news industry in the United States. Comparison of broadcast news elite personalities; Presence of inter-network competition; Qualifications of news leaders.
- KCBS' Martin on the day shift. Littleton, Cynthia // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;08/08/2000, Vol. 364 Issue 13, p6
Reports developments involving television news anchors in the United States as of August 2000. Changes in the news anchor line up of KCBS; Appointment of Ann Martin of KCBS to co-anchor the 5 p.m. report with Marc Coogan; Succession of the 11 a.m. telecast by Ana Garcia and David Cruz at KNBC.
- Too many faces at News 2. Brady, James // Crain's New York Business;02/15/99, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p9
Expounds on the efficacy of using familiar anchorpersons in maintaining the popularity of a television news. Difficulty of building credibility of new anchorpersons; Failure of Channel 2 to maintain popularity with the removal of Rolland Smith and Jim Jensen.
- Journalism's Trial by Fire Has Rewards. Pineda, Mirna // Television Week;6/13/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 24, p20
Features veteran television news anchor Mirna Pineda, keynote speaker at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists convention to be held in Forth Worth, Texas in June 2005. Lessons learned by Pineda in the television broadcasting industry; Career highlights; Views on television journalism.
- Familiar Face at the Podium. Hill, Lee Alan // Television Week;5/16/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 20, p22
Presents an interview with Morley Safer, a newscaster and a correspondent and co-editor for the television program "60 Minutes," regarding his career in news broadcasting. Involvement in the George Foster Peabody Awards luncheon and ceremonies in New York on May 16, 2005; Number of Peabody...
- TV, Politics and Good Intentions. Higgins, John M. // Broadcasting & Cable;8/23/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 34, p2
Interviews Brit Hume, television anchor of ABC and Fox News Channel on the use of television coverage for political campaigns. Expectations on the outcome of the Republican National Convention; Opinion on the criticism of Fox's coverage of the Democratic Convention; Influence of the media on...
- THE BIG TUNE-OUT. // New Republic;9/3/84, Vol. 191 Issue 10, p5
Comments on the U.S. television networks' reduction of their coverage of political conventions. Broadcast of network correspondents talking with the anchormen instead of providing more data on the politicians; Claim by network executives that coverage of conventions have low ratings; Criticism...
- Making a News Empire. Romano, Allison // Broadcasting & Cable;6/6/2005, Vol. 135 Issue 23, p15
Discusses the strategy of TV stations in competing in the TV news industry in New York City, New York. Celebration of the anniversary of news anchor team Sue Simmons and Chuck Scarborough; Changes in the evening-news team of TV station WCBS; Plans of TV station WPIX to renovate its set and...