Media Veterans Tapped for Gore's Net

Moss, Linda
November 2004
Multichannel News;11/1/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 44, p18
Reports on the selection of Cable News Network and The Walt Disney Co. veteran David Neuman and former magazine publisher Anne Zehren by former U.S. vice president and chairman of INdTV Al Gore for key posts at Newsworld International (NWI) in the U.S. Plan of Gore regarding the rebranding and relaunch of his cable television network; Career background of Neuman and Zehren; Views of Joel Hyatt, CEO of INdTV, on the capabilities of the two executives.


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