A pair without peers

Jacobs, Tom
May 1999
Electronic Media;05/17/99, Vol. 18 Issue 20, p8
Comments on the achievements of Edye Ellis and Ysabel Duron in exemplifying the excellence of minority women in television broadcast journalism in the United States. Commitment of the women in striving to improve the quality of television journalism.


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