The lighter shade of Brown

Stasi, Dom
January 2006
CED;Jan2006 Supplement, Vol. 32, p28
Trade Publication
The article discusses the personal traits and the qualities of cable television journalist Roger Brown. According to the article author, the integrity, fairness, brilliant sense of humor, and smiling face were among the distinct characteristics of Roger's personality. Rob Stuehrk, a former publisher of CED magazine who worked closely with Roger for 14 years, says that he used to combine the work with fun and handled all the work pressure with fun and jokes. Roger's wife Birdy says that he used to crack jokes at the dinner table and made all the family members happy.


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